Horsfields Bronze Cuckoos odd feeding

Subject: Horsfields Bronze Cuckoos odd feeding
From: "Russell Woodford" <>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 23:47:50 +1100 (EST)
>From Tony Ashton, in Ingham (Qld):

I bird daily at Tyto Wetlands, Ingham, looking at behaviour and seeking
photo chances. Two questions I'd put to the group right now: how did a
pair of Horsfields Cuckoos come to be feeding a juvenile (presumably their
own)?; how came a Yellow Oriole to be feeding a Horsfields juvenile?
Cheers, Tony Ashton

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