Bush Stone-Curlews

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Subject: Bush Stone-Curlews
From: "Christina Freestone" <>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 97 14:15:24 VUT
Dear Birding-Aussers

We've just acquired a 300 acre property, which has a covenanted bush block 
of about 120 acres, in Pomonal, bordering the southern part of the 
Grampians National Park in Victoria.  I've been gradually doing a survey 
of the birds on our place and without really trying have so far come up 
with about 50 species.  3 weeks ago it was with great excitement that I 
spotted 4 Bush Stone-Curlews and have seen them in the same area twice 
since.  Unfortunately I haven't had a good opportunity to observe them 
closely but I'm hoping they're priming themselves for breeding, and that 
they'll stick around for a while.

Christy Freestone
Melbourne Australia

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