Australian Magpie-lark in National Library

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Subject: Australian Magpie-lark in National Library
From: Isobel Crawford <>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2018 04:27:58 +0000
A female Australian Magpie-lark was observed this morning taking
advantage of when the exit door was opened by someone leaving.
It would come in, search for crumbs, and then stand on the mat
near the same door waiting for someone leaving to trigger the
door opening mechanism again. Smart move, especially on a cold
day when the westerlies are blowing off the snow.



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