Bowerbirds- bower perpectives

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Subject: Bowerbirds- bower perpectives
From: Michael Todd <>
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2006 22:56:25 +1100
Hello all,

I've just read a report that Satin Bowerbirds always orientate their bowers on a north-south axis. Is this true? I'd love to hear birding-ausers observations on bowerbird bower orientations.



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