birds' response to predators (was raptors)

Subject: birds' response to predators (was raptors)
From: Anne & Roger Green <>
Date: Tue, 02 Dec 1997 22:49:39 -0800
Can anyone theorise as to why our local White-plumed Honey Eaters kick
up a terrific racket when there's a Grey Butcherbird around but
relatively little or none for a Pied Butcherbird? Is the latter less
sinister because its easier to see?
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