Re: finch flocks

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Subject: Re: finch flocks
From: Rod Gardner <>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 10:59:34 +1000

One finch not mentioned so far in this thread is
Pictorella Mannikin. Big flocks were present
around the sewage works at Borroloola in August
to September 2003, peaking at about 150 in early

Dr Rod Gardner
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Department of Linguistics
School of Modern Language Studies
University of New South Wales
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