Bathing visitors- Eastern Spinebills, Satin Bowerbird

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Subject: Bathing visitors- Eastern Spinebills, Satin Bowerbird
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2018 03:31:25 +0000

Our birdbath (Ainslie) was graced today by relatively uncommon visitors- Eastern Spinebills, and then a  Satin Bowerbird

The Bowerbird gleaned food for several minutes before occupying the bath for a long time with multiple dips...

Robin Hide





Dr Robin Hide,
Research Affiliate, Anthropology,

School of Culture, History and Language,
College of Asia and the Pacific.

The Australian National University,

Acton, ACT 2601, Australia.
Ph. (61) (02) 6247-7776
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