|Date:||Thu, 12 Apr 2012 14:38:56 +1000|
While doing some bird watching around the Dunlop Ponds yesterday, I found a spotted turtle-dove standing on a roof. I had never heard of them at that point, and was unable to find them on the COG website. I eventually found them in one of my books.
As it was not on the COG website, and not in the ACT field guide either, I was wondering if I should fill out a report, or something similar, as it may be an unusual sighting.
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