Scarlet Robins

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Subject: Scarlet Robins
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 27 Apr 2000 23:30:00 -0700 (PDT)
G'day All,
Just went down to help a friend out with some puta
problems he was having and whilst there we sat in the
backyard of his horse property in Somerville here on
the Mornington Peninsula and enjoyed a beaut cup of
coffee. Whilst we chatted just over his shoulder in
the bushes I noticed 2 adult Scarlet Robins with 7
any ideas? we sat and watched them for a while until
the puta beeped at us again. There were more then one
pair of adults about the area with young but the 7
seemed to stay close to one set of adults? all the 7
young ones were all happily bouncing and playing about
in the sun and we tried to pair off all other young
with what we thought were their parents and did so. If
we are correct and Mum and Dad have indeed got seven
has this been known before? poor Mum and Dad eh ....

John A. Gamblin

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