A Brown Cuckoo Dove anecdote

To: "Syd Curtis" <>, "bird" <>
Subject: A Brown Cuckoo Dove anecdote
From: "Greg" <>
Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 18:28:28 +1000
Hi Syd,

I had a similar experience a number of years ago in the Border Ranges National Park. I strongly suspect that the local Peregrine Falcon pair were the main culprits. As the raptor fanatics say there are only two types of birds - raptors and raptor fodder. Obviously the Brown Cuckoo-Doves are the latter!


Greg Clancy

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