|To:||Ian Hodgson <>|
|From:||Anthony Overs <>|
|Date:||Thu, 20 Aug 2009 19:41:44 +1000|
Hi Ian (and others)|
The Australian National Wildlife Collection at CSIRO would love the specimen.
Ensure it is in a couple of plastic bags and in the freezer. On a piece of paper or card, note down the date, time, location (with a lat long reference if possible), and your name, and keep this with the specimen.
I will arrange to collect it from you.
2009/8/20 Ian Hodgson <>
I found a dead barn owl today in a shubbery in the forecourt of Parkwood Nursery. It looked quite fresh and apart from appearing to have a broken neck, it's virtually undamaged. Absolutely beautiful. It's in my freezer right now. I picked a few maggots out of an ear a little while ago, when I had another look at it, so I hope they don't take it over. Any suggestions as to where I should take it?
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