Nicobar Pigeon

To: 'Neil Cheshire' <>, "" <>
Subject: Nicobar Pigeon
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Tue, 9 May 2017 00:37:46 +0000
According to the article in The Guardian, there may be at least one other bird 
out there. If so, does that make arriving by ship less likely? Or more?

Peter Shute

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> re. Chris Lloyd's question on ship assisted passage.
> I would regard this as quite likely as I have had Nicobar Pigeons roosting on
> board ship in PNG waters on two occasions, once overnight and once for
> about 24 hours. There are many ships arriving in NW Australia that have
> passed through the species area of distribution in Indonesia.
> Neil Cheshire
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