Kangaroo Island and Barbary Doves

To: "Dion Hobcroft" <>, <>
Subject: Kangaroo Island and Barbary Doves
From: "Trevor Cowie" <>
Date: Sun, 18 Jul 2010 14:59:13 +0930
Hi Dion,

Re Brush Turkey. A pair were introduced in 1936 into the Flinders Chase NP.
And they are doing very well but not often seen.
As are Peacocks.

For any one going to KI there is a bird book called:
Birds of Kangaroo Island.  A book you will find very very useful.
It is available from the Information Centre, which is on the feft as you climb the hill from the ferry.

Trevor Cowie

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