Subject: neighbours
From: Lainie Berry <>
Date: Mon, 05 Mar 2001 11:06:10 +1100
You will also find on the archives my original posting below on Harold's
sighting of a Helmeted Honeyeater. I had one question on the recent
shooting (and yes I 'll admit I do watch Neighbours) Why did Harold bury
the dead bird in his backyard? Surely the museum would want the body.
And what are the chances of somebody accidently firing an air rifle and
hitting an endangered species in suburban Melbourne anyway? Could it be
that Neighbours is a little far-fetched?


Fri, 05 Nov 1999 10:50:05 +1000
Hi all,

You will be pleased to know that one Harold Bishop of Ramsay St, 
Erinsburugh, an eastern suburb of Melbourne has spotted a Helmeted 
Honeyeater in his backyard, presumably one released by Healesville 

Good one, Harold!
(And good one, Channel Ten)

Lainie Berry
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