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Subject: observations
From: Mark Kliene <>
Date: Mon, 09 Oct 2000 11:38:12 +1000
Hi all,

Just a few observations over the last week. I was surprised to find a
group of seven
Pied Currawongs in a tall gum in my neighbour's back yard in
Heidelberg,early morning just as i was going to work. They were being
harrassed by Ravens and stayed only briefly. I have never seen so many
at once here at home.

Yesterday afternoon had a brief walk through Gresswell Forest
Reserve,near the old Larundel Hospital, I was pleased to hear then find
a male Olive-Backed Oriole, high in the tree canopy-they have a curious
call!. Also found amusing a Pied Currawong attacking a Grey Kangaroo,in
an unrelenting manner. I am puzzled as to why?


Mark Kliene.

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