Spoonbills collaboratively feeding

Subject: Spoonbills collaboratively feeding
From: "Lawrie Conole" <>
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 18:13:11 +1100
>My father rang to say that he had was visiting the Sydney University Vet
>School in Camden and saw a royal spoonbill and a yellow-billed spoonbill
>collaboratively feeding in a local dam. He rang to ask if I could post this

>message to ask if this is common behaviour? 


It's not uncommon to see them together in parts of Victoria - but always a 


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