New Feral sp. for Centennial Park, Sydney

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Subject: New Feral sp. for Centennial Park, Sydney
From: "Frank Hemmings" <>
Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2005 09:14:15 +1000
hi All,
Went for a walk yesterday afternoon in Centennial Park in Sydney's eastern suburbs.  I was a bit stumped by the shape of one large bird down by the muddy shore of the northern island in the Randwick Pond.  When I got the binoculars onto it, turned out to be a Peahen.  That's a new feral to add to the geese and ducks, although hardly tickable.  This is certainly a new one for my park list.  Cheers.
Frank Hemmings
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University of New South Wales
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