Barbary Doves in Melbourne - please report.

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Subject: Barbary Doves in Melbourne - please report.
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2011 22:15:22 +1000
True, that was my not necessarily logical suggestion. I suppose they might at 
least stick together, and not simply fly off in random directions, but I'm 
guessing that they wouldn't form the tight flocks that Rock Doves do around 
their loft.

Is this the same species that has become common in Adelaide? What do they do 
over there? Do they form large flocks, or are they seen in ones and twos?

Peter Shute

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