Interesting sightings south-west of Melbourne Sunday 27th Jan

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Subject: Interesting sightings south-west of Melbourne Sunday 27th Jan
From: "Dr Richard Nowotny" <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 00:09:03 +1100
1.      A Cockatiel on a power line outside a rural house on Forest Rd North
(adjacent to the western boundary of Serendip Sanctuary), north of Lara Lake
township. The bird was unbanded and in excellent condition. A probable
2.      An all-white (but dark-eyed) Common Indian Myna (associating with 2
normally plumaged Mynas) on power lines in Maidstone St, Altona (Melways Map
54 C9).
3.      A Lewin's Rail at Mt St Joseph Pond - seen around 8am from the north
viewing platform - close clear views for 1-2 mins.
4.      The Little Curlew in its usual location (re-marked with the original
black plastic - now tied to the fence). 



Port Melbourne, Victoria

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