Looking Down on a Currawong

January 15th, 2014, 8am


That’s what a lot of them sound like. We usually only hear one or two at a time: mournful and distinctive. But with their big beaks, they quickly scatter the little red browed finches and the blue fairy wrens into the scrub.

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David Wade Chambers

Born in Oklahoma: 30 years in US. 6 years in Canada, 40 years in Australia. Academic field: history and philosophy of science. Currently, teach indigenous studies online at Institute of American Indian Arts (Santa Fe, NM) and Brandon University (Manitoba). Come visit our B&B on Australia's Great Ocean Road. Mate's Rates for Hi community! (http://www.cimarron.com.au)

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