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Subject: RE:interesting
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 23:51:50 +0100
I suppose it's only natural that the sewage ponds are the place where birds are flushed.
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From: David Rosalky [
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Subject: Re: [canberrabirds] RE:interesting

I must express some concern at all the flushing and orifices capturing COG-ites' minds at the moment!!!
On the theme of chasing, I was amused to see a lone Yellow-tailed Black Cocky at Broulee some weeks ago chasing (sort of - they are not really the chasing kind) an Australian Raven.  I wasn't sure that he was really chasing the raven except that he kept changing direction to keep on its tail.  Very strange.  Anyway, he quickly regretted his choice of play-mate because three other ravens turned on him and he found it rather hard to shake them.  I suppose he had a size advantage, but that was about it.
David Rosalky
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