I’M A KILLER…TO SAVE NATIVE BIRDS

Following a safari trip to Africa and a brief birding experience in Western Australia a few years ago, I became more interested in bird life. At home, I began to enjoy the beautiful songs and the haughty parade of the proud Indian myna in my backyard.  Myna numbers grew from 2 to 4 to 8 to 16 to 32 over a few years and I enjoyed their presence.  But when I put a feeder in to hopefully encourage rainbow lorrikeets and parrots, the mynas attacked any other birds and took the food.  This was not what I wanted at all.  What to do?Read More »

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