What to do with a dead owl?

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Subject: What to do with a dead owl?
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Tue, 22 Jun 2010 12:18:18 +1000
This morning I found a dead Southern Boobook in Altona, presumably hit by a 
train during the night. I didn't have time to do anything about it, as I was on 
the way to the station, so I hid it in the bushes. What should I do if it's 
still there tonight? Should things like this be sent to a museum, or does that 
only apply to rarer species?

Peter Shute==============================
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