RE: Unlikely bird combinations

Subject: RE: Unlikely bird combinations
From: Phil Hansbro <>
Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2010 20:36:41 +1100
I've seen Tahiti Petrel and Sooty Owl on the same day!!

I know others have seen Tasmanian Masked Owl and Rufous-crowned Emu- Wren on the same day too.


Subject: RE: Unlikely bird combinations
From: "Paul Dodd" <paul AT>
Date: Sun, 28 Feb 2010 18:47:32 +1100
Well Simon, with the Black Honeyeater at Serendip and the recently reported Scarlet Honeyeater at Lederberg Gorge, the ranges of the two species have definitely overlapped in Victoria this season. It wouldn't surprise me to hear of the two species in the one field of view in the Bacchus Marsh area
sometime soon!

Paul Dodd
Docklands, Victoria


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