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|From:||mariko buszynski via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Mon, 1 Feb 2021 05:08:23 +0000|
I am sending the mail directly to you since I do not think I can get to the chatline.
Yesterday I heard a sound like a puppy's yupping continuously and I thought a neighbour had a new puppy. This morning the same sound continued and this time I found it was made by a Koel fledgling. We have a number of Red Wattlebirds attracted by the dog's meatballs I give to Magpies. A Wattlebird was there but I did not see it feeding the fledgling. As it flew a short distance away I heard an adult E. Koel calling and the fledgling seemingly flew to that direction. Afternoon I heard the sound coming from a tree (he hides very well) and saw him/her and nearby I also saw a Red Wattlebird. They were hanging around for a while and as the Wattlebird left the fledgling followed. I did not see the fledgling fed by any birds. Although we have a lot of yellow plums (planted by birds, I don't know what kind) I did not see the fledgling feeding on them.
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