Helmeted Guinea-foel

Subject: Helmeted Guinea-foel
From: Patrick Scully <>
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 13:11:19 +1100
Hi Steve,
I did a post earlier this year after seeing them in the same spot. At the
time I phoned Alan Gillanders who assured me that they are indeed a wild
population.  In fact Alan knew the entire history of the birds, saying that
they had been wild for 20 years. It's interesting that you mentioned the
ones at Samsonvale Cemetery as I saw them recently out while out with
Andrew Stafford.  The nesting Striped honeyeaters at the same location were
a huge buzz to see as they seem a hard bird to get onto for someone from
Happy birding,
Patrick Scully

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