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  • Patrick
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    Activity 2   three birds all have bright red somewhere and are all  found locally   the eastern rosella has a right red head, speckled wings and green tail   the musk lorikeet is mostly green with a red patch on the crown and extending around the eye the rainbow lorikeet is bright purplish blue on th ehewd, red beak and chest and green tail
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    Activity 1.   Superb fairy wren and Willis wagtail are both small ground foraging birds common here.   there are obvious colour differences but the shape is also different. The fairy wren is smaller, has a rounder body and its tail tends to stand up vertical most of the time. The Willy wag Tain is slightly large, more elongated body the tail stretches out flatter compared with the fairy wren.   the colour is different of course the Willy wag tail being back and white, and the superb fairy wren either grey brown ( the female) of blue and black ( them male)  
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    Activity 4. Favourite bird is the Grey Butcherbird , largely because of its beautiful song. It is medium size , slightly smaller than the raven .it has a grey body with whitish chest, and black on crown and face , tip of beak , wings . It perches in trees looking for prey. It can be heard especially early morning with a almost laugh like sound.
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