New Bird for Australia

To: Birding Aus <>
Subject: New Bird for Australia
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Mon, 08 Nov 2010 11:39:45 +1100
Well according to The Age newspaper anyway!

At around 1 min 40 into this (+ 30 seconds with the offensive ad);-) we find 
Australia has a new bird and apparently (they're) breeding.

Video - Thousands of birds nest up in the Murray Darling - The Age

Let's all nip out and make the Common Crane welcome to Australia. Thanks to The 
Age newspaper and Fairfax Media for finding them. Maybe we can all send Fairfax 
and the journo a note to thank them;-)



PS Why do journalists / newspapers publish inaccuracies? Oh I know, it must be 
to get extra publicity - well that's all I can think of; not sure they're this 
stupid really ;-)


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