gang gangs

To: Canberra Birds <>
Subject: gang gangs
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2011 09:42:22 +1000
Gang gangs are still coming to our feeder and liquidambar.  Galahs hassled them 
this morning and drove them from the feeder;but they came back,  Adult male 
feeding young male.

Wy are gang gangs naturally tame? ie not tamed by being fed by humans, or being 
more used to humans. You can go to within a metre of them and they just look at 
you.  So they can easily be caught.

Sadly, I don't expect that these birds will stay around here till June 5th, for 
the survey,between 11am and noon

Where else are gang gangs staying around?

What time did you bring your friends around on Tuesday, Geoffrey?  The gang 
gangs were around for most of the day.  You must have had a very small window 
of time.

The gang gang must stay on the ACT logo.

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