|To:||Hunterbirding <>, Graeme Stevens <>|
|Subject:||Re: [hunterbirding] Predation by Pied Butcherbird|
|From:||davids2420 via Hunterbirding <>|
|Date:||Wed, 29 Sep 2021 04:46:21 +0000|
A few years back Crested Pigeons used to nest in my yard in an old Oleander bush. The nested several times but Pied Butcherbirds would always take the young just before they fledged. They didn't appear to eat much of the carcass. Just pick holes in their backs.
Last season I saw a Grey Butcherbird take a just fledged Willy Wagtail. Sucks being a baby bird.
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