Meals on wheels

To: "Clive Meadows" <>
Subject: Meals on wheels
From: "J G KROHN" <>
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 22:19:41 +1100
Clive and all,

I've seen White-browed Scrub-wrens exhibit the same behaviour myself, at
Wingan Inlet camping area nearly twenty years ago, and also, as I recall, in
the Grampians.  They obviously like their food cooked ("grille-ed"?).

A lone Little Corella flew over home late this afternoon, scaring the
daylights out of the local Magpies and Noisy Miners.  They must have thought
it was a falcon or something similar, and their reaction fooled me for a
while, especially as its call was similar in some respects to some raptors'
staccato, cackling calls.  My first Corella of either species here in Glen
Waverley (eastern suburb of Melbourne).


    Jack Krohn

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