To: "John Gamblin" <>, "Birding-Aus" <>
Subject: scrubfowls
From: Goodfellow <>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 11:40:27 +0930
Anyone considered a 'snake in the grass' by Government or big business 
may have the qualifications to join our group The Scrubfowls! That is, as 
long as they've retained a sense of humour after their journey through 
the mill!

Talking of scrubfowls our one single bird is still scratching around the 
garden.  The pair have nicked off possibly to breed elsewhere.  I'm 
hoping the six tonnes of dirt I plan to remove for my new fish pond (as 
soon as my torn intercostal muscles heals) will encourage them to build a 
mound in my yard!

A Rainbow Pitta turned up in a neighbour's yard the other week.  I have 
my fingers crossed!  And the lone Northern Fantail that's been around all 
year has now a mate.  

Denise Goodfellow  (Lawungkurr Maralngurra)
08 89818492

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Birds of Darwin Sketches

Birding & Natural History in the Far North

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