Oriole in Melbourne suburbs

Subject: Oriole in Melbourne suburbs
From: Aidan Sudbury <>
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2000 09:20:32 +1000
I'm not sure how common Olive-backed Orioles are in the Melbourne
suburbs, but there has been one calling in Valley Reserve, Mount
Waverley for a couple of weeks.

Could I also make a request about the subject lines. If you read every
message on birding-aus then what I'm saying won't really apply. Myself,
I only read some of them. All too often, the subject line gives the name
of a bird without a location. If it's not in Victoria and isn't very
unusual, then it probably isn't of much interest to me. I'd be very
grateful if people put the location in the subject line, including the
name of a nearby city. Often, I've no idea in which state the bird has
been seen.
                                         Aidan Sudbury

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