Top-knot pigeons in Gloucester

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Subject: Top-knot pigeons in Gloucester
From: Penny Brockman <>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 15:31:43 +1000

Hi everyone

Today a large flock (c70) of Top-knot Pigeons flew over my house on the north side of Gloucester (inland mid-north coast NSW), this morning, and repeated the fly-past again. They visit every year whenever the Camphor-laurel trees are seeding which have no seeds right now, so there must be some fig trees in fruit or something else somewhere nearby to attract so many.

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