Red Wattlebird sunbaking

Subject: Red Wattlebird sunbaking
From: John Leonard <>
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2014 19:07:22 +1100
This afternoon I saw a Red Wattlebird sun baking (that pose you often see
Magpies and Currawongs assuming, wings spread, back to sun and back
feathers fluffed). The only difference was this was on electricity wires,
somewhat undercover as it was amidst tree-branches (AT Government not
pruning its street trees away from wires).

John Leonard
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