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Subject: currawongs
From: "Michael & Janette Lenz" <>
Date: Sun, 16 Mar 2008 07:43:59 +1100
I remember being told that the overall numbers of currawongs in Canberra had NOT increased much over time, however, the birds now spent the whole year here rather than being seasonal. That means that the poor little birds have now less and less of a chance to survive the predation.  
But I have forgotten whether it was that the currawongs used to spend the summer here and over-winter in the mountains somewhere, or if it was the other way around. Can anyone tell me please?
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