The Malleefowl Are Back

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Subject: The Malleefowl Are Back
From: Peter Waanders <>
Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2013 16:09:31 +1030
Hi all,

Over recent weeks there have been increased sightings of Malleefowl along
the Ouyen-Patchewollock road, in western Victoria. Between 10 and 20 birds
have been reported by various observers. It looks like a repeat of last
years' event where the birds forage on spilt grain or canola seeds along
the side of the road. Sunset is the best time and it is encouraging that
the locals have put up numerous warning signs along the road.


Peter Waanders

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