More magpies in the firing line

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Subject: More magpies in the firing line
From: Dennis Ayliffe <>
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2020 05:48:08 +0000
Further to Danny McReady’s post about angry crested pigeons, i saw two 
black-faced cuckoo shrikes attacking a magpie high up in a local eucalypt. 
Likely there there was a nest nearby but not visible from the ground. Magpie 
was ruffled but unmoved.

Dennis Ayliffe
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