Re: Do Silvereyes have hooked beaks?

To: "Mike Carter" <>
Subject: Re: Do Silvereyes have hooked beaks?
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 10:47:16 +1000
Dr Who IS  known to change actors from time to time!!! But maybe it was 
the Blackbirds(Turdis)  playing with the silvereyes at the time, that 
caused the temporal displacement! : ) 

Anyway, all fixed now....24th of JULY is the correct link.

I've had a suggestion that the lower mandible may have been broken and 
that the upper grew over it and downwards. The lower appears fairly intact 



Well obviously at least one has. You've got a picture to prove it. But it 
abnormal of course. Do you not have shots of normal birds for comparison? 
would seem long odds to photograph only an abnormal one.

Is there an obsession with Dr Who and the Tardis time machine or is there 
virus around which projects us into the future?
Two days ago someone reported having seen the Grey-headed Lapwing several
days into the future and now on 24th July 2006 we are asked to look at the
'Photo of the Week' for 24th August 2006!!!

Mike Carter
30 Canadian Bay Road
Mt Eliza    VIC     3930
Ph:  (03) 9787 7136

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