|Subject:||Raven and Noisy Friarbird.|
|From:||mariko buszynski via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Fri, 30 Sep 2022 06:32:56 +0000|
I heard the first ever Noisy Friarbird in the Red Track in the Red Hill, close to Deakin fire track exit.
My friend observed Ravens preying on juvenile rabbits by lifting them in the air and dropping them. I did not ask him where he saw them. He lives in Narrabundah. I saw a similar behaviour in Japan in a Carrion Crow lifting a grass snake in the air and dropping it on the road waiting for a car to go over it.
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