Summer migrant

Subject: Summer migrant
From: Mary Englefield <>
Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 14:42:09 +1100
Dear all,

I have just been home for lunch (I live in Clayton, south-east suburb of
Melbourne) - lunch was forgotten when I noticed a sacred kingfisher on
the Hills hoist in the back garden.  It didn't stay long, but the memory
will stay with me.  

I was reminded of another clothes line sighting several years ago, when
we saw a buff-breasted paradise kingfisher on the clothes line at
Kingfisher Park (FNQ).  Probably this is a common occurrence for those
at Kingfisher Park, but today's sighting was almost unbelievable.

Mary Englefield
Dept of Econometrics & Business Statistics
Monash University, Clayton, Victoria.

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