Origin of 'graculina'

To: Mike Simpson <>
Subject: Origin of 'graculina'
From: Penny Brockman <>
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2006 17:31:06 +1100
Mike Simpson wrote:
In response to your 2nd query - "... where do Pied Currawongs nest in the
Sydney area?", I suppose the answer was up a gum tree in my neighbour's yard
(unfortunately it was cut down recently).

Pied Currawongs nest regularly here in the South Penrith area, hence we also
have a quite large influx of CB Cuckoos at this time of year.

Regards, Mike Simpson
Penrith, NSW, Australia
Dear all
Many years ago when I lived in Darlington (between Newtown/Chippwndale, Sydney), there was a Pied Currawong nest in a neighbour's large exotic tree (sp.unknown), and the parents cleaned out all the garden skinks in my back yard that season.

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