birding-aus Re: Glossy Black feeding habits

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Subject: birding-aus Re: Glossy Black feeding habits
From: Anne & Roger Green <>
Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 19:56:07 +1030

lorne wrote:
> I meant 'cones', but said seeds
> instead. They were twisting the cones around and taking out sections of
> the middle of the cone. On the whole, they were discarding more of the
> cone's flesh than eating it. I was surprised with the waste. As you
> said, they were probably just going for particular seeds.

I've taken the liberty of passing this information on to birding-aus in
case anyone else shared my interest.
Regards, Anne
Morgan, South Aus.
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