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Subject: RE:interesting
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 06:35:38 +0100
I just saw a currawong chasing magpies chasing a sulphur-crested cockatoo.  It's definitely the silly season.  On Sunday, I flushed a bird at the Fyshwick Sewage Ponds and couldn't find it again.  Fortunately, the territorial magpies re-flushed it for me.  It was a collared sparrowhawk.  Also saw a little eagle there, a black-shouldered kite at Point Hut and two kestrels on the drive down.  Also on Saturday a wedge-tailed eagle flew over while I was playing tennis and was being harassed by a peewee (the eagle that is, not me).
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Just staring out the orifice, oops I mean office, window (at least I've got one I spose) and there was a Wattlebird chasing a Currawong chasing a Crow!
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