Friarbirds? Noisy miners?

To: Colin Driscoll <>, Gary Blond <>,
Subject: Friarbirds? Noisy miners?
From: Karen Pearson <>
Date: Tue, 04 May 2004 08:48:30 +1000
And I was going to say that they are obviously ALL at my place !!   Duffys
Forest, near Terrey Hills, NSW.   Around the corner I passed over 20 Noisy
Friarbirds making an absolute racket in quite a small area of trees.   They
are just everywhere.   Our garden seems to have a regular half dozen most

Duffys Forest NSW

> I can tell you where all the NFB have gone- to the Swamp Mahogany blossom
> the Central and Lower North coast of NSW. I was at Pindimar near Tea
> last week and the birds were in huge numbers on the blossom- Noisy
> Friarbirds, Red Wattlebirds, Little Wattlebirds, Musk Lorikeets, Little
> Lorikeets, Scaly Breasts, Rainbow and they were as loud as the cicadas on
> summer day. No Swift Parrots or Regent HE unfortunately.
> As for Noisy Miners- make the bush more closed! Once the vegetation opens
> they take over unfortunately.
> Cheers
> Colin Driscoll

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