Raft of birds

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Subject: Raft of birds
From: Michael Tarburton <>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2016 06:49:04 +0000
G’day Robin et al

It is possible.  As an early teenager, I used to see them come onto the Swan 
River near Perth for a few months then head off again, all very close together 
so probably as one or two flocks.  I think they would only move 1 or 2 hundred 

In PNG they would move from the coastal lakes at and around Pacific Adventist 
University, up to the little ponds in Varirata N.P.   These were just a few 
birds, not the large flocks we used to see in Western Australia.


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