Grey Butcherbird in Ainslie

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Subject: Grey Butcherbird in Ainslie
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 17:43:48 +1000
A Grey Butcherbird was briefly on the phone line over our garden (Toms Crescent, Ainslie) this afternoon- in the glimpse I had, it seemed to be an adult. It "hawked" once for an insect (?), and then was off to another line further away, and then disappeared.
Robin Hide

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