|To:||"Greg Roberts" <>|
|From:||"Tony Russell" <>|
|Date:||Wed, 22 Jan 2003 10:45:58 +1030|
Hi Greg, sure, go right ahead. Those blasted NM's have also cleared out White-plumed and New Holland H/E's, Superb Fairy Wrens, Willy Wags, even Red Wattlebirds ! My lovely? Blackbirds are just beginning to run the gauntlet again, but still get chased out.
I do have another , perhaps even worse killer of Pardalotes, namely large clean windows. Last week three Pards broke their necks hitting the clean glass, one other was very stunned for about ten minutes then eventually flew off.
If I wet the windows on a hot windy day some dust sticks to them and that provides some visibility - for the birds though, not me.
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