birding-aus re Lord Howe Is

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Subject: birding-aus re Lord Howe Is
From: "O M Mott" <>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 10:47:54 +1000

With Phil Maher's group inJan-Feb we had no trouble seeing Woodhens. Two
were on the lawn beside us when we ate lunch the first day at Redlands.We
watched a fight between a Woodhen and a Rail from the car beside the runway
another day, and on another occasion saw one with two chicks feeding  beside
the track between the dump and the aerodrome. - A pair walked across in
front of us further down it. Seen on 6 days - nine on the last one, although
some further afield.
Phil saw one Starling on the Malabar track in the gale on the 4th Feb.
Frank O'Connor has a detailed account on his web page.
Maureen Mott

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