Not so much a clothes-line as ..

To: "David Cook" <>, "Geoffrey Dabb" <>, <>
Subject: Not so much a clothes-line as ..
From: "Lashko Susan" <>
Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 17:53:05 +1000
I must say I am gratified that so many MEN are hanging out the washing.  
Perhaps male birdos are all SNAGs.



From: David Cook 
Sent: Tue 11/07/2006 11:31 AM
To: Geoffrey Dabb; 
Subject: Not so much a clothes-line as ..

While we're on this topic and not to be outdone, I'm doing the washing just now 
and whilst hanging out same had a mixed feeding flock of Weebills, Striated 
Thornbills, Superb Fairy-wrens, White-browed Scrubwrens, a White-eared HE and 
Eastern Spinebills surrounding me (and not, as some might suggest, just there 
to witness this strange event!). We had a Black Duck (and a Blackbird, but not 
with each other) nest not 5 metres from our clothesline last season. 
Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos (and sometimes a Yellow-tailed Yellow-Cockatoo) 
often join in the spectacle.


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