Mallee fowl

Subject: Mallee fowl
From: (Stuart Dashper)
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 1996 15:38:29 +0000 (AES)
On a recent Field Nats. Club Vic. trip to Jilpanger Scrub (approximately 30 
km east of Edenhope in western Victoria) a mallee fowl was sighted along one 
of the four wheel drive tracks. This was unexpected as it is well south of 
the Little Desert and is heath/woodland rather than mallee. Other 
interesting animals seen included southern scrub robin, Latham's snipe, 
white browed babblers, striped legless lizard and western pigmy possum. 

Stuart Dashper.

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