Ian Fraser <>
Wed, 02 Jan 2008 11:21:32 +1100
>Has anyone heard of cuckoo-shrikes playing host to
The answer is yes, but not me - HANZAB lists both B-f and W-b CSs as
known hosts, among a list of others in additon to the most common ones
(viz Mag-Larks, Figbirds, friarbirds, Red Wat'birds, miners and Blue-f
A happy and birdy 2008 A, and to all others out there.
Anthony Overs wrote:
Up until about Christmas day, Superb Parrots
often, flying over in small groups several times a day. Lost count of
We’ve had a koel here every day for the last few
weeks, with two birds calling on several occasions. Just this morning
saw a female koel fly low over the house giving its ‘wirra-wirra’
Brand new young Red Wattlebirds just out of the
juvenile koels ...).
And a first for me at home, a pair of
Cuckoo-shrikes, and they’ve built a nest in the large eucalypt on the
nature strip out the front!
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