To: Birds Canberra <>
Subject: Worms
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2019 10:19:46 +0000
Who knows about worms?  This evening we found a very large worm on the side 
fence.  It is between 3 and 4 ins long and I/2 in wide.  It has white bands 
around it interspersed with yellow bands.  A currawong could eat it and 
unfortunately we have currawongs in our garden.  Where does it normally live?  
Does it only come out at night?  Different bird eating it then

Elizabeth Compston
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