Forest Raven are well represented at the South Hobart tip, along with Silver
Gull, Kelp Gull and the odd Pacific Gull. There have also been regular visits
by White-bellied Sea-eagle and Wedge-tailed Eagle.
> On 1 Jun 2017, at 8:54 am, John Harris <> wrote:
> Hi Laurie,
> Supposedly the Mildura tip is the most reliable place to see Little Crow in
> Victoria!! Along with the other corvids already mentioned, that almost
> makes a "full house" of corvids, only missing the Forest maybe.
> *Yours in all things* "*GREEN"*
> *John Harris BASc, GDipEd*
> *Croydon, Vic*
> *Director - Wildlife Experiences Pty Ltd*
> *Principal **Zoologist/**Ecologist*
> *Nature Photographer*
> *Wildlife Guide*
> *www.wildlifeexperiences.com.au <http://www.wildlifeexperiences.com.au>*
> *Past President, Field Naturalists Club of Victoria*
> *(www.fncv.org.au <http://www.fncv.org.au/>)*
> On 1 June 2017 at 04:49, Laurie Knight <> wrote:
>> It was fascinating to see Aus Pelicans filling the role of dump chook at a
>> landfill [presumably around Melbourne] on this week’s episode of the War on
>> The dominant dump chooks in SEQ are white ibis. In other places, Silver
>> Gulls, the local corvids and Black Kites are the mainstays. In Weipa, Pied
>> Herons filled the role.
>> How many other species of dump chook are there in Australia?
>> Regards, Laurie.
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