'Neil Cheshire' <>, "" <>
Peter Shute <>
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?
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> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Nicobar Pigeon
> 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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