Vindictive Grey Butcherbird

Subject: Vindictive Grey Butcherbird
From: "mike.honeyman" <>
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2018 06:59:17 +1000
The bird is most likely defending it's nesting territory, at temporary 
inconvenience to your friend, and they're talking about having it killed?
And you say the butcherbird is being vindictive.
Tell your friend to get a grip.


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Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2018 07:05:51 +1000
From: Julie Neumann <>
To: Russell Woodford <>, Janine Duffy
Cc: "" <>
Subject: Vindictive Grey Butcherbird
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Thank you all for enlightening me on the aggressive behaviour of Butcherbirds. 
It was an attribute I previously only afforded to Magpies.
I have passed on Janine?s advice to my friend and if he succeeds in making a 
friend of the bird before the authorities euthanise it I will advise at a later 
Julie Neumann
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