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Old Oct 22, 2004, 9:28 AM   #1
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saw these today, cute birds:-)










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Old Oct 22, 2004, 11:31 AM   #2
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Hi, nice shots, third is the best.
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Old Oct 22, 2004, 11:38 AM   #3
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thanks, they are cute but noisy:-)
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Old Oct 22, 2004, 4:55 PM   #4
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Nice birds, Julie. The third picture is easily the best!
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Old Oct 22, 2004, 8:30 PM   #5
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thanks, I like the third one best too:-)
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Old Oct 22, 2004, 9:42 PM   #6
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aladyforty wrote:
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thanks, I like the third one best too:-)

I think the third one is looking at you on the

treetop. (Nice pose).

Here we name "Common Myna" (Farmers friend)
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this one looks similar to the one I have photographed. Mine is a member of the honeyeaters family.
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Old Oct 24, 2004, 3:48 AM   #8
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TKS. Julie.

Habitate is similar may be from the family.

The Yellow-throated Miner forages for insects on tree trunks and branches. It is equipped with sharp claws and strong legs, and is often seen hanging onto trees at bizzare angles as it searches for insects. Miners pry under bark and glean among the foliage for insects, as well as spending time foraging on the ground for beetles, ants, wasps and caterpillars. Insects form the mainstay of their diet and nectar is taken infrequently as well as occassioanl fruit and seeds.(Re.produced art.)



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