Noisy miners mobbing one of their own

Subject: Noisy miners mobbing one of their own
From: Gordon Cain <>
Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2013 13:28:23 +1000
Just stepped outside to see what I suspected I heard -- noisy miners mobbing one of their own. I've seen this frequesntly over the years.

I presume this is not confined only to this one species, though I've never seen it amongst other birds.

Why do they do it?

Gordon Cain
Schofields, NW Sydney

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