RFI - anvil use by shrike-thrushes

Subject: RFI - anvil use by shrike-thrushes
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 18:25:09 +0800

Glenn Holmes asked about shrike-thrushes and whistlers using rocks to break

In September 1995 I observed a White-breasted Whistler in the mangroves at
the Wyndham Wharf breaking a shellfish on a rock.  I was attracted by the
tapping noise.  It is too long ago to remember if it was successful.

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