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Images of Canberra – Bird Week

By johnboy 4 January 2011 4

Rosella by Belles

On Belles’ suggestion we’re kicking off another theme week for Images of Canberra. This week your mission is birds in and around Canberra.

She’s sent in this pic of a perennial favourite in these parts, the crimson rosella.

Send your pix in to and have fun snapping.

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BlackIce 9:17 pm 04 Jan 11

My border collie always used to stalk Magpies that landed in the backyard. Usually he would rush at them too soon, and they would safely fly away. But one evening we came home to the evidence that even dogs can catch birds occasionally…

Thumper 1:08 pm 04 Jan 11

What Neanderthalsis said…

neanderthalsis 1:03 pm 04 Jan 11

No Grumps, dogs never attack any native wildlife, they especially don’t attack possums, koalas, quolls, bandicoots, goannas, bluetongues…

The only reason you don’t see them up a tree eating native birds is because they can’t climb trees.

Grumpy Old Fart 12:41 pm 04 Jan 11

And this is why cats must be microchipped with explosives attached and locked in a house or cage. If they escape blow up the cat and save our wildlife. You don’t see dogs up a tree eating native birds at least they have respect for the beauty of our NATURAL fauna unlike killer cats.

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