birding-aus Noisy miner "problems"

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Subject: birding-aus Noisy miner "problems"
From: "Andrew Thelander" <>
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 14:35:14 +0000
Thanks to all who replied to my query.  Taking everything on board, I think
I will minimise the number of nectar plants and use local indigenous bushy
plants instead (hopefully I can get them ok).  Looks like a few more trips
to Fairhill Native Nursery, Yandina, for research!
By the way, if you saw Fairhill on Burke's Backyard and the very bold Brown
honeyeater that nested in the middle of all the pots and passing fanfare, I
can happily report that the chicks have fledged.  Probably the most "looked
at" honeyeater chicks in history?  Thanks again.
Andrew Thelander
PO Box 302
Pomona QLD 4568

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