Birds as predators

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Subject: Birds as predators
From: Graeme Chapman <>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2018 22:12:22 +0000
Following on the interesting observation of Logrunners, I'm sure there are 
quite a few species not regarded as predators that welcome a bit of extra 
protein when available.

A friend of mine regularly monitors the nests of Superb Fairy-wrens on his 

He has had to resort to building cages of chicken-wire around the nests to 
protect them from the predations of Eastern Whipbirds.
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