Migrants in SE Melbourne

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Subject: Migrants in SE Melbourne
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2001 16:32:02 +1000
Hoary-headed grebe (at sea), flame robins, pink robin and grey
shrike-thrush were seen this week in Bayside.   

All these species have returned rather earlier than average. In
contrast Golden Whistlers have not yet turned up yet although
the latest return date since 1993 was 21st March.  Could
they have been affected by the dry summer ?

Michael Norris

PS if you could help with the costs of legal action over the
flying fox cull please get in touch urgently

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