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Subject: Bird Photography Articles
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Wed, 11 May 2011 17:32:19 +1000
I haven't really noticed the same thing in Altona. Maybe we get enough of these 
birds flying over for them to know the difference.

I have noticed though that even a low flying Spotted Dove can start the New 
Holland Honeyeaters calling if it surprises them. But the calling stops 
immediately, whereas they keep going if it's the real thing. Magpies cause the 
same short alarm calls, but they seem to do it on purpose.

Peter Shute

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