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There be Miners and Mynahs, we had a plague of common mynahs but they seem to have vanished.
The noisy lot have their uses, if a Python is about they will let me know.
Perhaps we should eliminate all successful species ( but exempt the most successful predator the planet has ever known )
The noisy miners around my house have driven away everything but the Currawongs, but the miners have a go at them too. They have taken over all the Eucalypts in the reserve opposite. If the noisy miners are “successful” at the expense of most of the other species, that is not an ecological success.
Well our butcher birds keep the miners in check.They like a snack of young miners.
These birds swoop and annoy our cat. One day he was in the back yard playing with his toys while been swooped by the birds.
Two hours later there was nothing but a very large scattering of bird feathers to be seen.