|Subject:||Re: Magpie Geese influx|
|Date:||Wed, 30 Nov 2005 11:29:30 +1100|
My initial thoughts were also that the Wangaratta geese are probably part of the influx of birds being reported from inland NSW. Matthew's reports geese not that far north of the Victorian border.
I can understand, to a point, the mind-set in Victoria that Magpie Geese in that state are derived from captive or released stock but this may be clouding the potential to recognise that they could well be moving from NSW.
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