Pied butcherbird

Subject: Pied butcherbird
From: Daryl King <>
Date: Fri, 15 Aug 2014 16:37:41 +1000
... or has been hanging around there for some time already .  Bron reported a Pied Butcherbird at that location on 13 May 2014.

On 15/08/2014 3:45 PM, Martin Butterfield wrote:
I was a little more efficient than Maurits in that I combined his two days experiences into one.  I found the Butcherbird at the location shown in my blogpost at about 1315 today.  It seemed to have a food source so is probably going to hang around.

David McD: please increase my ACT score to 243 - it's a while since I got 2 ACT ticks in one week!


On 14 August 2014 12:47, Maurits Zwankhuizen <m("","mzpoetry");" target="_blank">> wrote:
Seeing Peter Milburn's posting, I went looking for the Pied Butcherbird yesterday without luck, although Noisy Miner alarm calls did lead me to a Grey Currawong.
I was more fortunate this morning and found the Pied Butcherbird sitting quite openly in the trees right in front of the National Film & Sound Archive.  This was around 9:40am.
Maurits Zwankhuizen

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