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Subject: Blackbirds
From: "Duncan Fraser" <>
Date: Thu, 28 Sep 2000 16:16:45 +1000
One of the worst weeds that blackbirds spread is Briar Rose, which has
invaded some of our best bushland. A neighbour has a plant of the very
similar Dog Rose. The Blackbirds relish the fruit, and the seedlings come up
in my garden by the hundred. I am seeing the birds nearly everywhere I
Atlas, well out into the bush, and remote from human habitation. By the way
Lawrie, I'll be going for four and twenty this season!
 Duncan Fraser.

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