Re: birding-aus Grey Butcherbirds

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Subject: Re: birding-aus Grey Butcherbirds
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 99 17:00:59 +0930
I have not seen the Kimberly form here in Darwin or at the Wildlife Park 
so cannot enlighten you but will keep my eyes open on trips out of town.  

Pied Imperial-Pigeons have beeing staying in the Top End all year for 
about four years.  I don't think it coincidental that our last few wet 
seasons have been very heavy.  As well I still have Little Bronze-cuckoo 
breeding in my yard and the other week saw two adult Channel-billed 
Cuckoos.  Something is going on but I wouldn't like to offer an opinion 
as to whether global warming is to blame.   
Denise Goodfellow
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