Toxoplasmosis in birds?

To: Marg Peachey <>
Subject: Toxoplasmosis in birds?
From: Robin Eckermann via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2022 20:48:07 +0000

Thanks, Marg - I guess that's a possibility. If so, its taste for human flesh may be the reason it was released!  :)

Regards ... Robin
Phone: 02-6161-6161 (w) 0418-630-555 (m)
On 10/11/2022 4:20 pm, Marg Peachey wrote:
Hi Robin,

It sound like someone has raised it and released it.  It is very familiar with people and their surrounds.

kind regards,

Marg Peachey
Training Officer, ACT Wildlife
p: 0450 961 530
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