The Mercury - the not-forty-spotted pardalote

Subject: The Mercury - the not-forty-spotted pardalote
From: Land for Wildlife <>
Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2011 14:07:19 +0930

Hasn't someone got a picture of a Forty spot that they could've given The Mercury? As a Tasmanian newspaper, you might think they'd at least ensure they got a picture of the right bird.


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