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|Date:||Thu, 12 Oct 2000 09:27:42 +1000|
I've seen Stubble Quail in Royal Park, Parkville before (ok, so different order, but close enough)
Ph: 8341 7426
From: Martin on 12/10/2000 09:23 AM
An unsual sighting this morning at work.
Upon arriving in my work carpark a Painted Button Quail raced across the
Has anyone recorded native quail this close to their city centre before?
Tel: 9412 4567
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