Currawong posture

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Subject: Currawong posture
From: Mark Clayton <>
Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2018 05:55:03 +0000

He/she is sun baking. The magpies and Crested Pigeons in my yard do it all the time.


On 29/10/2018 3:58 PM, Kevin and Gwenyth Bray wrote:

Can someone please tell me what this currawong pose is about?  The currawong is sitting on our brush fence with one wing opened out over its back.  Is it to gather heat or cool down or ….?


Gwenyth Bray

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