bird drownings

To: michael hunter <>
Subject: bird drownings
From: Andrew Thelander <>
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2018 22:00:55 +0000
Hi all

I hope you all saw Del Richards’ invention on landline recently:

Maybe you should try something like this!


> On 16 Feb 2018, at 7:55 am, michael hunter <> wrote:
> Paul,
>         Sydney, particularly in the West, has been so dry and hot that plant 
> growth with its associated bird feed including insects has bee exceptionally 
> scarce and birds are dying of starvation,  often near water in my experience 
> when it has been very hot. Miners  often dive onto water to bathe and scoop 
> up up a drink, possibly are just too weak to fly out again.
>                                          Cheers
>                                                     Michael
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