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Subject: Regurgitation
From: Michael Hunter <>
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 2020 09:59:03 +1100

  White Cedars (Melia azedarach) are favourites of our local Currawong  
regurgitators, fouling every birdbath and fishpond in the garden  Even water in 
house gutters, sprouting when they dry a sign that it's time to clean th out.
  White  Cedars (Persian lilacs), and we have one just outside the kitchen 
window, a spreading shady variety called Texas Umbrella tree, are very 
ornamental and a great tree for birds; various Cuckoos feed on the 
caterpillars,  Black Cockatoos chew into the branches for Witchetty grubs, 
effectively pruning the

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