Kookaburra knowledge or coincidence?

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Subject: Kookaburra knowledge or coincidence?
From: Syd Curtis <>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2004 22:25:52 +1000
Not rain forecasting this time.

Property on the Albert River, some 40km south of Brisbane.  Year after year
a pair of kookaburras nested in a hollow limb of a tree not far from the
house.  Then one year they moved to another nest site ... and before the
season was over the branch they had been using fell from the tree.



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