Helmeted Guineafowl near Atherton

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Subject: Helmeted Guineafowl near Atherton
From: Mr Stephen John Murray <>
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 07:55:30 +0000
Hello all....I don't spend any time looking for plastic ticks but I do record 
introduced species if I believe they are wild. Recently I saw some Helmeted 
Guinea-fowl  north of Atherton in a field with some Brushturkeys. Does anyone 
know if there is a wild population here? I seem to remember someone ticking 
birds near Mareeba. I don't tick the ones at Samsonvale Cemetery because they 
are artificially sustained (i.e., fed by someone).
Cheers Steve Murray

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