Female Triller with wild hormones

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Subject: Female Triller with wild hormones
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 15:18:20 +1000
The female Varied Triller which has been attacking its reflection in our lounge 
room windows is continuing despite being chased off on a regular basis. When 
the male comes past with nesting materials he is able to distract her. Haven't 
found the nest site yet.

Is this normal for the female to be the one with the raging hormones?

Alan Gillanders

Alan's Wildlife Tours
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Yungaburra 4884
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