Tree Sparrows in Shepparton

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Subject: Tree Sparrows in Shepparton
From: "Lawrie Conole" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2008 14:51:41 +1200
Hi Steve
A few of the ferals seem to find the VVP (Victorian Volcanic Plain) a bit
daunting!  Funny that - it is after all a major biogeographic barrier :-)

There are quite a few places in Melbourne - particularly west of the city
centre, where Tree Sparrows are more commonly encountered that House

All of this is interesting as it plays out little biogeographic scenarios
that we can observe and muse about ...


2008/10/6 <>

> G'day all
> Tree Sparrows are the common sparrow in my in-law's garden in urban
> Wodonga.  Have been for at least 20 years.  No sign of them in the
> Hamilton district so far.

Lawrie Conole
28 Reid Street
Northcote 3070 AUSTRALIA
lconole at gmail dot com

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