Corvid Behaviour

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Subject: Corvid Behaviour
From: "C Port" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2008 21:56:48 +1000
Earlier this year I noticed a group of Australian Ravens making a huge
noise, and went over to check them out. One of them was lying on the ground
face down, wings spread wide. I thought it was dead for a few seconds, but
noticed it was breathing. I took some photos, and waited, and eventually
left, thinking it had fallen out of the tree and would die soon. I came back
later to see what the outcome was and it was gone. I can't post the photo
but can send anyone a copy if they are interested.




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