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|Subject:||Satin Bowerbirds - Yellow and Blue Objects|
|From:||Richard Lane <>|
|Date:||Wed, 1 Aug 2018 04:11:55 +0000|
Hello Jack and Geoff and others
I have photographs from two separate and geographically distinct performances (not just tidying up etc.), and they show males presenting both blue and yellow objects.
For interest, I did a Google search for "male Satin Bowerbird performing" and then selected the "images" option. It revealed a remarkably high percentage of both blue and yellow objects when the image showed a male performing with something in its beak. Fascinating.
Regards ... Richard Lane
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