Pied Currawongs and Yellow Wattlebirds

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Subject: Pied Currawongs and Yellow Wattlebirds
From: "Terry Bishop" <>
Date: Sun, 8 Apr 2007 12:01:30 +1000
About 20 pair of Pied Currawongs have moved into International Gardens in Orange
knocking the local Magpies noses (beaks) out of joint. Nice to wake up to their
choir of a morning.

The mystery of the Yellow Wattlebirds has been solved. A guy apparently smuggled
two pair back from Tasmania to breed only to let the escape. They are now living
happily at about the 1200-1250 Metre level of the Northern side of Mt Canobolas.

WHEEEW!!!!!! I wasn't seeing things. 

Terry B
Orange, NSW


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