birding-aus Re: Jacky Winter

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Subject: birding-aus Re: Jacky Winter
From: "Paul & Irene Osborn" <>
Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 10:57:13 +1000
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From: Brian Everingham <>
    To: BIRDING-AUS <>
Date: Monday, 19 July 1999 17:26
    Subject: birding-aus White headed pigeons and camphor laurel


    And when will the Brown Flycatcher learn to enjoy our help in modifying
our landscape?
    Brian Everingham

    Jacky Winters (Brown Flycatcher) (Microeca leucophaea) are common
residents in our garden and use fenceposts and tomato stakes extensively as
convenient perches when foraging. Whether they enjoy it or not is beyond my
powers of perception but they certainly take maximum advantage of the
modifications I have made to the local environment.
    Paul Osborn

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