It's an insect, not a bird.

To: "Lia Battisson" <>, "'Christine Ledger'" <>, <>
Subject: It's an insect, not a bird.
From: "Charmian Lawson" <>
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2011 09:35:33 +1100
Last Monday on the Duffy oval, there were hundreds and hundreds of flying bugs - I have never seen so many. There were also at least 22 magpie larks (peewits) (and again, I had never seen so many) and three magpies which were possibly eating the insects. They were across the oval and I couldn't see clearly what they were doing.

Charmian Lawson


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