Red Wattle Birds

To: Pat OMalley <>, "birding aus" <>
Subject: Red Wattle Birds
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 18:00:16 +1100

Noisy Miners moved into our local park (Box Hill, Vic) several years ago
but the Red and Little Wattlebirds still inhabit our back yard.  The Noisy
Miners occasionally visit the back yard but generally stay in the park and
the front gardens of the houses facing the park.

Interestingly, I have observed both Red and Little Wattlebirds foraging in
the park in recent weeks.  The Red Wattlebirds don't forage on the ground
as they used to before the Noisy Miners arrived.



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