Birds Melbourne

Subject: Birds Melbourne
From: "Pat O'Malley" <>
Date: Tue, 04 Apr 2000 20:27:37 +1000
Having complained about the decline in certain species in inner/middle
suburban Melbourne I am really pleased to report my first Hawthorn
observation of a Richard's Pipit - possibly a pair - on the reclaimed
rubbish tip more or less  behind RAOU.

I may be inobservant, but its the first RP I've seen in this suburb in 15

How nice not just to see a new bird, but also even the 'commonest' bird in
a new place.

Pat O'Malley
Pat O'Malley
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La Trobe University
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