|Subject:||Please help our willy wagtails|
|From:||"Margaret Carroll" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 26 Sep 2003 15:00:06 +1000|
Please help we have a Willy wagtail family living on our block.
We live in a large suburb in NSW and have discovered that year after year
the Wag tails nests are being attacked. Babies are being stolen from their nests
by large crows and magpies. Is there anything we can do to deter the bigger
birds from doing this?
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