Grey Currawongs in Melbourne - and fires?

To: "keith" <>, "BA email" <>
Subject: Grey Currawongs in Melbourne - and fires?
From: "michael norris" <>
Date: Mon, 9 Jul 2007 23:04:51 +1000
Thanks Keith

I think there are also some areas where they are fairly frequent to the north of here, eg. along the middle reaches of the Yarra. But these recent records/possibles are a lot nearer the centre of town.

So perhaps they are spreading or are here as a temporary consequence of last summer's enormous fires?

Fires? I was expecting to see quite a few unusual species or unusual frequencies of usual species. But there has been little sign. Eastern Spinebills seem wider spread and Striated Pardalotes also. Otherwise nothing really.

Michael Norris
Bayside, Melbourne

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