<>, "Val Curtis" <>
"Bill Stent" <>
Tue, 11 Apr 2006 13:35:33 +1000
To put my bit in, there has been a pair or crested pigeons resident at
NMIT (the old Fairfield Hospital site) for the past few years. However
a week or so ago I noticed a little flock of five there, so their
numbers might be building.
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Sent: Tuesday, 11 April 2006 1:27 PM
To: Val Curtis
Cc: Birding-Aus; Robert
Subject: Re: Re: [birding-aus] Crested Pigeons
There are always a pair or two of Crested Pigeons in the grounds of
Heritage College on Centre Road, Narre Warren South. Also up to 50
Straw-necked Ibis, 10 Little Corellas, 2 long-billed Corellas, 60
Galah's, and 2 Eastern Rosellas.
I saw ten Crested Pigeons at Eley Park in Blackburn South on Saturday
afternoon. They were all feeding on the sprouting seeds coming up in the
newly placed sand over the cricket pitch in the centre of the oval.
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