Stilts in the Uni

Subject: Stilts in the Uni
From: Kiran Krishna <>
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 16:56:06 +1100 (EST)
Hello all,

  I just saw a Black-winged stilt walking about in the football ground in
front of the physics building. I have never seen one in the university
before. Is it common here? I think I saw a white-plumed honeyeater in the
wooded area surrounding the Madsen building(CS). I didn't have my
bionoculars. So, I am not sure. I think I also heard it (I heard some
bird I haven't before from there. Could even be a Common Myna...). I shall
check when I get home (unless someone will be so kind enough to email me
their call). 


Kiran Krishna
3rd yr physics
(Falkiner High Energy Physics)
University of Sydney
NSW 2006


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