|To:||Michael Hunter <>|
|Subject:||Indian Mynah control|
|From:||Rod Warnock <>|
|Date:||Tue, 17 Nov 2020 14:27:20 +1100|
When I arrived in Kilaben Road ,Kilaben Bay on Lake MacQuarie 40 years ago I was plagued with Indian Mynas.
I planted Grevilleas and Bottlebrushes and in came Noisy Miners after the above native plantings within 12 months the Indian Mynas vanished. No baiting etc they simply vanished. All I planted were as above.
Rod Warnock PhD AFIAP
Nature: The Cathedral of Awe !!
Rod Warnock Bird and Wildlife Photography
On Mon, Nov 16, 2020 at 2:41 PM Michael Hunter <m("westnet.com.au","drmhunter");" target="_blank">> wrote:
Indian Mynahs are a pestilence on much of Sydney's suburbia.
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