A Murmuration of Starlings - Enjoy

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Subject: A Murmuration of Starlings - Enjoy
From: john harris via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2021 02:43:11 +0000
Yes, well I may not have a murmuration of starlings but right now the Gungahlin flock of 50 or so are destroying my plum tree. I don’t mind the silvereyes and the odd oriole and the young koel - in fact I am happy for them. But as for the descent of the starlings, well they can go back to Oxmoor.
Murmuration….. I have thought of a few better words lately….

On 11 Feb 2021, at 10:51 am, tlawson <> wrote:

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