Bowerbird invasion Ainslie

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Subject: Bowerbird invasion Ainslie
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Fri, 4 Apr 2014 04:30:59 +0000

Windowgazing at 2.30 this afternoon through the drizzle, and suddenly there were 4 green Satin Bowerbirds hopping round the garden. Not totally unexpected as there are now two bowers in the nearby Corroboree Park.  But a good momentary  relief from the currawongs etc   -  one perched on a wheelbarrow handle, another hopped on the ground, and  a couple tested the edibility?/desirability for display(?) of the runner bean leaves.

Robin Hide




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