|Subject:||Re: [ozbirdpix] Crimson or Eastern Rosella - id please|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Feb 2003 18:15:02 -0800 (PST)|
I'll have a wager of a lotto ticket on it being diet related? or should I say change of diet perhaps caused by the drought? their normal array of foods have gone.
BUT mate don't you dare put any food out for them or give them any water or those birding aus ladies will be down on you like you wouldn't believe.
Then again you can be like me and tell the silly biddies to go get stuffed and take her no caring ways with her. Don't worry I've got lovely ladies that can break the drought on our side.
JAG waddles off to feed his violent violet lady.
Neil Fifer <> wrote:
A pair of Crimson looking Rosellas have been hanging around a kookas termite nest the last week. I'm confused by the coloring and wonder whether anybody can tell me what has happening to produce this coloring.
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