Re: Pilotbirds near coast

To: robert drummond <>, birding <>
Subject: Re: Pilotbirds near coast
From: Laurence Living <>
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2001 14:55:51 +1000
Hi Robert

Saw your interesting note about pilotbirds near coast at Cape Conran, in
eastern Victoria

Pilotbirds are present in The Dandenong Ranges National Park [40 kms
outside Melbourne] and I have seen them at Bald Hills Wetlands [near
Waratah Bay] and at Lakes Entrance [Gippsland, Victoria], not far from
the sea.

Laurie Living

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