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Subject: Help!
From: Sue Dawson <>
Date: Tue, 4 Sep 2018 01:37:49 +0000
Thanks for ideas everyone.
I managed the part of a human scarecrow & frightened the currawongs’ away on 
Sunday morning & so far they haven’t returned. They’re only occassional 
visitors here & I hadn’t seen them for ages. Trust them to turn up when they 
Mother was hanging on for dear life the day before due to very windy conditions.
Yesterday she was busy collecting food for the chics.
They’re pretty well camouflaged. We’re in Land for Wildlife so plenty of thick 
bush about & a creek through property.


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> On 2 Sep 2018, at 3:49 pm, Sue Dawson <> wrote:
> Any ideas how I can protect a nest with 2 eastern yellow robin chicks? Mother 
> holding back as there’s been a couple of pied currawongs this morning coming 
> in eyeing the chicks off. They’ve flown away a short time ago but I’m sure 
> they’ll be back.
> Nest is about 4m off the ground in a spindly eucalypt.
> Thank,
> Sue
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