Re: Mystery Parrot Solved!

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Subject: Re: Mystery Parrot Solved!
From: "Nigel Sterpin" <>
Date: Sat, 19 Sep 1998 11:44:37 +1000
Here, Here!!!!!!

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> Subject: Re: Mystery Parrot Solved!
> Date: Friday, September 18, 1998 13:32
> So what (non-Australian) "common escapes" are missing ? I'd like to see
> a "SHOOT THEM" page in field guides with notes on Barbary Doves and
> Ring-necked Parakeets.  Are there any other candidates ? Perhaps
> Red-whiskered Bulbul should be added to the "SHOOT THEM" page because of
> its potential spread when global warming gets going (helped by most
> political parties' support of continuing low energy prices).
> Michael Norris

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