Resident Rail?

Subject: Resident Rail?
From: Sonja Ross <>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2011 13:50:41 +1000
Hi David,

I don't know if it is comparable, but when we visited Lord Howe Island several 
years ago, the place we stayed had at least one resident in their garden.  It 
was a high area above the beach, and not obviously close to water like a dam, 
so maybe they are not absolutely tied to water.  

Sonja Ross



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