straw necked ibis at parliament house ?

Subject: straw necked ibis at parliament house ?
From: Phil Malin <>
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2012 08:23:25 +1000
I haven't seen the photo, but I can confirm that SNI have been regularly feeding throughout the parliamentary triangle for the past 3 weeks. One individual likes to work the small lawn behind the treasury building and it seems to be having a field day with the amount of food I have seen it dig up.


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On 10/07/2012, at 0:52, "Terry Bell" <> wrote:

just look at the photo in the gang-gang page 10 of today's canberra times.Surely these birds perched on the roof are SNI, which I have never seen in this position. Confirmation please, Terry B.
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