|To:||Philip Veerman <>|
|Subject:||Great questions of bird behaviour #37|
|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Sun, 12 Jan 2014 12:58:56 +1100|
Philip is quite correct in his reference to the material in HANZAB.
However I had always believed that the reports of a Pelican eating a small dog were an urban - or possibly coastal - legend. I have been unable to track down an on-line version of the reference cited in HANZAB (Campbell J and C Sonter "Australian Birds 20:1-3) which from other references is apparently titled "Unusual food items of pelicans".
Does anyone have a copy of the article or otherwise know the provenance of the story?
On 12 January 2014 12:00, Philip Veerman <> wrote:
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