Re: Channel-billed cuckoo

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Subject: Re: Channel-billed cuckoo
Date: Wed, 25 Nov 1998 14:15:38 +1000
     Subject: Channel-billed Cuckoo
     Author: Alan Leishman
     There was a Channel-billed Cuckoo perched in a Ficus macrophylla 
     (Morton Bay Fig) in the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney on Monday 23 
     November being mobbed by a large number of Pied Currawongs, Australian 
     Magpies and Noisy Miners. There have been previous records of this 
     species in the Botanic Gardens.
     Alan Leishman
     Royal Botanic Gardens

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Subject: Channel-billed cuckoo 
Author:  John Clifton-Everest <> at 
Date:    11/25/98 9:55 AM

Driving to work this morning through Glebe I observed a Channel-billed 
Cuckoo lazily flapping over the street.  One for the record?  It is 
certainly the first time I have seen one of these in the quite urban 
inner-west suburbs of Sydney!
John M.Clifton-Everest
Dept. of Germanic Studies
University of Sydney

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