|Subject:||Re: Injured Fantailed Cuckoo Sydney|
|Date:||Tue, 3 May 2005 12:58:13 +1000|
Here in Sydney (Kurtis' territory) Fan-tailed Cuckoo's are present all year and are most active in the cooler months.
I'm glad someone put that one to rest. I've always regarded Fantail Cuckoos as being rather obvious during winter (at least on the mid-north coast of NSW).
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