Noisy Miner imitating Treecreeper

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Subject: Noisy Miner imitating Treecreeper
From: "Doug Holly" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2011 10:49:26 +0930
Talking about Noisy Miners gleaning insects under bark, a few years ago I
was involved in Black-eared Miner studies and noted these birds spending a
lot of time searching under bark on tree trunks, at the moment I have three
Black-eared Miner/Yellow-throated Miner hybrid nests, with young, on my
mallee block at Monash SA and the adults are spending a lot of time
searching under bark for one of their main food items for the young birds.
Doug Holly

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