|From:||djflotek flotek <>|
|Date:||Sun, 17 Jul 2016 09:45:28 +0000|
On Saturday at Kambah village - 2 Sulphur Crested Cockies, 2 Rainbow Lorikeets, a less aggressive pair of Galahs, the odd Noisy Miner.... and a single Brushtail Possum (current occupier), all vying for a gum tree hollow.
The Rainbow Lorikeets and cockies were the most interested and I saw one of the cockies biting the possums tail which was slightly hanging out. It was trying to get the possum anywhere it could...
The possum was holding its ground and hissing and eventually the main aggressor (white and yellow) gave up with much squawking.
The poor possum wasn't getting much sleep on that day but i believe still holds the hollow.
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