Re: birding-aus pardalotes

To: Nigel Sutherland <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus pardalotes
From: Anne & Roger Green <>
Date: Wed, 05 May 1999 10:01:06 +0930
Some years ago, on a hot day, I went to hang out some laundry and was
only a metre away from a small, shallow, concrete pool in our garden
when I saw an apparently semi-comatose Striated Pardalote sitting in the
water at the pool's edge. After watching it for a moment I became
concerned for it but as I moved forward to pick it up, it flew away,
apparently perfectly OK.
Regards, Anne
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