Budgie flocks and breeding

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Subject: Budgie flocks and breeding
From: Mark Carter <>
Date: Sat, 25 Aug 2012 08:10:56 +0800
Thanks Greg, I'm possibly one of the outback birding guides you were meaning 

Seeing small numbers of budgies are an easy request, but predicting the big 
breeding and flocking events can be like trying to bottle lightening. I've had 
this request before and while it can be done I've found that media clients 
rarely have the flexibility to fit with the birds' schedule or inclination to 
shoulder the risk of a no-show. 

In any event knowledge such as this is hard-wrought so forgive me if I don't 
give it away.

Mark Carter

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