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|Subject:||Apostlebird lives on|
|From:||Megan Mears <>|
|Date:||Thu, 5 Oct 2017 11:15:43 +0000|
Not having seen this bird for some months I was surprised to bump into it twice today in North Watson.
Early it was foraging in the street with a small group of Crested Pigeons. Later it was with some White-winged Choughs. Interestingly, it was giving the alarm call as a Magpie was swooping. It was very effective as the Choughs took cover in a tree and I was the only one swooped!
What an amazing survivor! Details and photos are on e-bird.
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