Melbourne Koels

Subject: Melbourne Koels
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 13:25:58 +1100
In response to Lawrie Conole's interesting report and Michael Norris 
comment on whether Fig Trees (Ficus spp.) are involved.  Yes, the Yarra 
River banks in Richmond/Burnley do indeed have many large old Fig trees 
and this was from where I heard the bird calls at a distance yesterday. 
These same trees when fruiting are also popular with our Grey-headed 

Martin O'Brien

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