RE:The Pleasures of Suburbia...

Subject: RE:The Pleasures of Suburbia...
From: "terry gourlay" <>
Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2006 22:35:16 +0000
Hello All,
Well the larger more aggressive birds are doing just fine behind my home at 57 Mackenzie St....standing in one spot about 100 paces from my back gate,yesterday afternoon the 6th I could watch the nesting activity of a Tawny Frogmouth,a noisy friarbird,a crested pigeon and a family of Soldier birds,in the tree hollows are are a nesting Galah and an Eastern Rosella..can anyone better that?interesting to watch the activities of a Red Wattlebird,which despite the vicious attention of the bees in a tree hollow,one after the other grabs one,holding it in his beak none too gently wipes the stinger off and then ignoring the furious attention of the tribe gulps it down....Terry Gourlay.

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