Unfortunate way to tick a frogmouth

To: "brian fleming" <>, "Peter Shute" <>, <>
Subject: Unfortunate way to tick a frogmouth
From: "Greg and Val Clancy" <>
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2014 16:05:28 +1000
I also suspect that the dead Superb Lyrebird found on the ground in the Grafton Shopping World car park may have originated from elsewhere.


Dr Greg. P. Clancy
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-----Original Message----- From: brian fleming
Sent: Tuesday, June 10, 2014 11:14 AM
To: Peter Shute ; 
Subject: Unfortunate way to tick a frogmouth

I wouldn't count the dead Red-capped Robin I found in Greville St.
Prahran - it had obviously been brushed with a lot of dead grass out of
the bull-bar of a large parked 4WD - and it was not fresh either, quite
'high' in fact. Interesting though.   And there was a record once of a
dead heron  (Little Bittern maybe?) picked up in a Kalgoorlie street -
suggestion was, it was killed by interstate transport truck and
transported way out of range...

Anthea Fleming

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