Odd bird error on a TV documentary

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Subject: Odd bird error on a TV documentary
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Mon, 26 Nov 2018 09:06:08 +1100

Yes I know this is not all that odd but amusing. Saturday I saw a TV documentary about deserts around the world: geology, flora, fauna & human history (it even included lake Mungo). Most information was good. One scene was of the Saguaro cactus of SW USA or Mexico and narration explained how Scarlet Macaws use them for nest sites. Curious for forest birds of South America but the birds shown using the hollows were a flock of Peach-faced Lovebirds. Odd juxtaposition of three continents although I guess the lovebirds are a feral colony.




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