Subject: RE:Boobocks...
From: "terry gourlay" <>
Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 13:02:09 +0000
Hello All,
My three hapence worth,I once had regular visitors every year a pair of Boobocks bred once for a while five young.....I considered getting some pals and in one exercise of an evening seeing just how many Boobocks were on Majura...Heady days!...last year I heard the odd one never two...they have gone with the passerines,the cuckoes and half a dozen others...I think more victims to El Nino,Global warming However you chose to see it....We have to face it,when the 'umble House Sparrow becomes a relative rarity we are in deep trouble...perhaps we are witnessing the dessication of a continent...the scenes of almost indecent prosperity all around,could be compared to a light globe that flares before it cherish your memories perhaps the future belongs to the Currawongs and Indian Mynahs.....Terry Gourlay.

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