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Subject: Ruckus
From: David Clark <>
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2019 21:22:23 +0000
Yesterday by Lake Ginninderra I saw a bunch of magpies squawking and bouncing 
around and generally giving something a hard time. A noisy miner was yelling 
from an overhead branch and a willy wagtail was getting in on the act.
The something turned out to be an echidna.
One wonders if they perceived it to be a threat or if they were just keeping in 

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