Query about a Spangled Drongo

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Subject: Query about a Spangled Drongo
From: Julie Neumann <>
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2013 16:56:56 +1000
Just received this from a dear friend.
Could someone more familiar with Drongo behaviour please enlighten us both ?
The friend works in bush care but would be familiar with Spangled Drongo from 
frequent visits to the north coast.
Julie Neumann

Begin forwarded message:

> Hi Julie
> My question.
> We saw a bird yesterday in Willoughby which looked like a spangled drongo 
> (immature)
> It was fossicking alone with it’s beak in the mulch on the forest floor.
> Does this behaviour make sense to you?


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