Re: Elusive Birds

Subject: Re: Elusive Birds
From: "M. Scott O'Keeffe" <>
Date: Tue, 07 Apr 1998 21:58:12 -0700
Vicki Parslow-Stafford wrote:
> Michael,
> In my experience, green catbirds are prolific in and around the Maiala NP
I've found them common and reliable in this area too.  If you want to
see them a little closer to ground than in the upper canopy, try walking
through one of the groves of Bangalow Palms while they are in fruit
(usually Dec to May).  Catbirds like these, and their presence brings
them down to the bunches, where they can be seen.
"Beware of Half-truths... you may have the wrong half"

M. Scott O'Keeffe
Centre for Conservation Biology
University of Queensland

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