Wonga Pigeons, vic

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Subject: Wonga Pigeons, vic
From: Jennifer Spry <>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 21:45:30 +1100
Hi all,

Just a quick report of a very pleasant Sunday trip Joy Tansey and I took
on Sunday March 16.

We drove north on the Warburton/Jamieson Rd stopping occasionaly to
check likely spots. One stop was at Koala Creek where we saw Satin
Bowerbirds. Just beyond here, at what turned out to be 20k south of the
Eildon Jamieson Rd, we stopped as two large grey pigeons flushed from
the road. We walked up hill trying to find them and came on 4 Wonga
Pigeons feeding on the road and at the base of blackberry bushes that
edged the road. Our guess is that there were in fact 6 Wonga Pigeons
feeding over a distance of some 100 metres.

Jen Spry

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