Birds in Threes (but only in two trees)

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Subject: Birds in Threes (but only in two trees)
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 17:31:09 +1000
Three cuckoos and three cuckoo-shrikes in a deciduous figtree. Three pigeons in a nearby laurel.

The cuckoos:- Shinning Bronze, Fantailed & Channel-billed
The cuckoo-shrikes:- White bellied, Barred & black-faced
The pigeons:- Superb, Wompoo & Topknot

Alan Gillanders

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