birding-aus Digest, Vol 61, Issue 34

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From: "Paul & Irene Osborn" <>
Date: Tue, 3 May 2011 20:19:05 +1000
When we first moved to our property, near Bulahdelah, NSW, one of the first things I did was pull out six Camphor Laurels that the previous owner had planted. We still have one very large one in our garden that is a bit big for me to tackle. We have planted strangler figs to try and smother it. It is visited regularly by White-headed Pigeons and occasionally by Regent Bowerbirds. I have never seen Topknot Pigeons in the tree, although they fly over sometimes.
Paul Osborn

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