Massive surge in Topknot Pigeon numbers

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Subject: Massive surge in Topknot Pigeon numbers
From: Jim Smart <>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2007 18:30:30 +1000
To add to the reports of large numbers of Topknot Pigeons we saw a group of about 25 fly out of a fruiting fig tree at the Upper Allyn in Barrington Tops National Park last Thursday. An hour or so later another group of about 20 (possibly the same animals as seen earlier) flew into the fig.

Jim Smart
East Maitland NSW

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