Grey Butcherbird taking paper wasps

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Subject: Grey Butcherbird taking paper wasps
From: Ryu Callaway <>
Date: Wed, 8 May 2019 02:52:35 +0000
There is a paper wasp nest outside my room on the inside of the eave which has 
been there for a long time. For the first time last week, a currawong came onto 
the railing below it and jumped up aiming for the nest before flying away. Not 
sure if it was successful but the remaining wasps all sat there shivering their 
wings for the next few minutes.

---  wrote:
> I have quite a few native paper wasp nests around the eaves of my house.  Ive 
> just seen an adult Grey Butcherbird flying in and out taking resting wasps.  
> Something Ive not seen before.Jenny

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