More migrant news

To: <>, "Mike" <>
Subject: More migrant news
From: "Val Ford" <>
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2003 08:12:02 +1000
Hi Mike

You wrote:
"We have also had an influx of Sacred Kingfishers on their way south but
most have gone.  So some areas in Australia will not yet have "their
resident" Sacred Kingfisher as yet - because simply they are stil here on
the island of New Guinea".

Some Sacred Kingfishers have arrived 'down south'.  On 26/9/03 I saw one
near Shepparton, north central Vic and on 1/10/03 I saw one at Hastings,
Mornington Peninsula, southern Vic.


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