"Greg Pyers" <>
Tue, 24 Oct 2000 15:29:30 +1000
Any ideas about blackbird control? The ones around here have expanded their
range and number noticeably over the past five years and are too wary for
my air-gun. They have recently moved into the local forest, thanks to the
invasion of cape broom I would venture. By the way, the local Turdus now
seem to mimic the softest calls of pied currawongs.
A pair of buff-banded rails have moved in among rank blackberries, rushes
and fog grass by a roadside dam here in Daylesford. A first in my memory.
Sacred kingfishers have returned for the third year in succession.
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