Birds & Mirrors

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Subject: Birds & Mirrors
From: "Ken Maling" <>
Date: Wed, 16 Dec 1998 18:04:42 +1100
Anne Green wrote:-
>................................. I find putting a mirror
>with many birds helps them remember what kind of creature they are
>"supposed" to consort with................./snip

This is an interesting topic. Some birds are quite happy to communicate
with a mirror reflection. Others, especially males in the mating season,
become extremely aggressive to the "intruder"!

Any comments from the experts?


Ken Maling

Somers, Vic.

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