Pied Currawong behaviour

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Subject: Pied Currawong behaviour
From: "Peter Madvig" <>
Date: Sat, 6 Mar 2010 11:19:06 +1100
Hello birders,

Currawongs are starting to "mass" again in Fearnley Park, Beecroft, NSW, behind 
our back yard, as they seem to do twice a year.
Puzzled as to why a couple of them several times, on different days, have flown 
onto our clothesline and then clutching, clambered over a damp, colourful beach 
towel, "picking" at it.
Trying for threads, or.......what??? Even swinging from it, as though 
'playing'. They don't seem to go for other garments.

Peter Madvig

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