He'll kill for Blue

To: "Syd Curtis" <>
Subject: He'll kill for Blue
From: "Birding Services Brisbane" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 11:08:25 +1000
Hi Syd and others

I have seen blue(ish) flowers used many times, particularly wild tobacco
(Solanum mauritianum)  but I can't recall seeing just petals.  I have seen
many blue feathers but have only ever seen them being picked up off the
ground, not pulled from birds.  Interestingly my first encounters with Satin
Bowerbird bowers many years ago indicates how things have changed.  The only
man-made items were blue bags, no doubt acquired from someone's old outside
laundry.  This was in the area of your old stamping ground of Mt Tamborine.



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