Re: Magpie lark agility/intelligence

To: Atriplex <>
Subject: Re: Magpie lark agility/intelligence
From: James Davis <>
Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 13:58:00 +1000 (EST)
Anne: Perhaps, refusing to leave an area where food and protection is
provided free should be considered an example of intelligent behaviour.
Cheers, Jim 

Dr. Wm. James Davis

On Sat, 4 Apr 1998, Atriplex wrote:

> Some reputedly intelligent birds (eg a Raven and several Galahs) that
> I've released by leaving their aviary door wide open have taken several
> days to find their way out. They seem to get "side-tracked" by flying up
> to a perch over the door, on the inside, and there they stay.
>  Anne
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> Anne & Roger A. Green, Atriplex Services, Morgan, Sth.Australia
> Environmental Consultants & Native Plant Nursery.
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