Re: Crested Pigeon Flocks

Subject: Re: Crested Pigeon Flocks
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 1998 11:02:35 +0930
Hi Anne, my Magpie Larks are as thick as bricks. They typically fly into the
glass of windows when the curtains are open. I guess dirty windows would be
the go? Tony.

At 02:08 PM 2/04/98 -0800, you wrote:
> wrote:
>> Also, what ecological impact do they have ? There is some overlap in
>> their feeding with our uncommon Common Bronzewings but I guess they
>> compete mainly with Spotted Turtle Doves and Eastern Rosellas,
>> especially on sown grass and other seeds on golf courses.
>Crested Pigeons are common hereabouts (S.Aus Riverland). They co-exist
>with Common (reasonably) Bronzewings, Peaceful Doves, occasional Diamond
>Doves and a fair range and abundance of parrots and cockatoos. All seem
>to be doing OK.
>Regards, Anne
>Anne & Roger A. Green, Atriplex Services, Morgan, Sth.Australia
>Environmental Consultants & Native Plant Nursery.
Tony Russell
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