corvids on Griffiths island, Port Fairy, western Victoria

Subject: corvids on Griffiths island, Port Fairy, western Victoria
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Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 23:13:33 +1000
Drew Fulton provided two nice portraits of a raven on Griffiths Island at Port 
Fairy. It looks like Forest Raven to me - heavy bill, little tail projection 
beyond the wings, not obviously long throat hackles. 

Forest Raven is more widespread in coastal Victoria than many people realise - 
it occurs right along the coast west of about Lorne [and inland through the wet 
forests of the Otway Ranges and in the stringybark forests inland of 
Portland-Nelson, all the way to Casterton at least], and between Cape Liptrap 
and Lakes Entrance in Gippsland. It is the only corvid on Wilsons Promontory 

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