Brown Cuckoo Dove

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Subject: Brown Cuckoo Dove
From: "North Head Bird Surveys" <>
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2005 14:53:55 +1000
After the recent (and locally abundant) rain near Sydney I went walking in
Sclerophyll forest along the sphinx track from Bobbin Head to St Ives. Not
alot of activity, but we were lucky with a few species and lack of other

Golden whistler in very high numbers, variegated fairy-wrens, fan-tailed
cuckoos (heard not seen) and one Brown cuckoo dove along the drainage line.
Down near the marina were the usual common spp, and dollarbird, koel and
welcome swallows nesting/roosting in the vertical drainage pipes under small
traffic bridge over the creek.

Mark Branson

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