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Subject: Bulbuls.
From: "Stuart Fairbairn" <>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2005 08:49:15 +1000
In 1978 there were several bulbuls in the area. A pair nested in the creeper over the side door. The currawongs waited until the young were bite size and then ate the whole clutch. I think they also cleaned up the house sparrows and influenced the spotted doves. I believe the Noisy Miners have driven the common miners away but they may have been helped by the new garbage bins which reduced spillage.

Stuart Fairbairn.
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