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Butcher Bird, Outback South Australia
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I'd be afraid to ask how this bird got its name!

12/Aug/09 12:58 AM
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Same thought here Joe. Hopefully the person who first noted this bird was called Butcher.
12/Aug/09 5:34 AM
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A different species to the one that sings at my front door in the mornings. They are related to the kookaburra, meat eaters, and they do kill other small birds.
12/Aug/09 8:52 AM
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They may have some unpleasant ways, but their song is beautiful.
12/Aug/09 9:14 AM
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They are actually a sweet little bird. I have one that flies at a million miles an hour through the gum trees when I am out on the front verandah. He is as game as Ned Kelly, grabs his bit of meat then off he scoots back to his nest (or her, I never thought to ask!).
12/Aug/09 3:02 PM
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I think they are related to magpies. I noticed the desert butcher birds look different to our local birds. Different distribution of colouring.
12/Aug/09 3:02 PM
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