Wattlebird aggression

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Subject: Wattlebird aggression
From: Bob Lake <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2015 04:23:39 +0000
During the breeding season we find that in our south-east Queensland garden, 
wattlebirds rule noisy miners. Small mobs of miners fluster and chase off most 
other species, but little wattlebirds are real trouble. They do not, unlike 
miners, harass other species for no reason but are focused and successful in 
repelling any direct threats to their territory. In particular, they take real 
exception to noisy miners.
Bob Lake
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