Red-browed Finch behaviour

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Subject: Red-browed Finch behaviour
From: Barry McLean <>
Date: Sat, 11 Oct 03 12:19:01 +1000
Last week on two consecutive days a Red-browed Finch fluttered along in front 
of us as we walked along the same stretch of our drive.  While it did not 
pretend it had a broken wing I am sure that it was leading us away from point A 
(no nest found though) to point B.  Is this behaviour common?

Did not see where it went on the first day but on the second day it disappeared 
into/under the foliage of an agapanthus a metre off the road.

         Barry & Roberta McLean
         03 57981213
         0418 584433
         PO Box 66
         Violet Town  Vic  3669
         36° 40' 3"   145° 43' 11"

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