Problem with Currawongs

Subject: Problem with Currawongs
From: Tina Williamson <>
Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2012 17:06:56 +1000
I am wondering if somebody can give me some advice.  I have a bird attracting 
garden and often put small amounts of seed in a bird feeder.  This has worked 
wonderfully well for 3 years.  I have had a regular troupe of natives visiting 
me daily.

Now, all of a sudden, a pair (at least) of Currawongs has moved into the area 
and has claimed our garden and the bird feeder for their own.  If any other 
bird comes to graze, their life is in danger.

Is there anything that I can do?

With thanks
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