To: Canberra Birds <>
Subject: worried
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2011 13:09:25 +1000
I am very, very worried about having this sick gang gang and I would be very 
grateful if someone who is experienced in catching birds, could come and catch 
it.  I have taken the feeder away, but the bird did come briefly to it this 
morning.  If we could entice it down this afternoon, to the feeder, it should 
be not difficult to catch.  I was able to stand within a 50cms of it.  I am 
worried about the other gang gangs now.  Gang gangs are sociable birds.  They 
smooch and cuddle and behave in a manner that would make it easy to pass on 
this awful virus.  When they come again, I shall look at them all, carefully.  
They are still interested in the few remaining seeds on the liquidamber and 
also perch in the argyle apple

I thought that someone who studies these birds, or this disease, would be 
interested in this gang gang

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