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Where is the home of the bowerbird?

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Where is the home of the bowerbird?

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The talented bowerbirds are natives of the opposite side of the glotre, and we never get a chance to see their outstanding work in its natural surroundings. They are the champion artists and designers of the bird world. They are gifted builders and dancers, and the male bowerbird is one of the world’s neatest and fussiest housekeepers. There are quite a number of different bowerbirds, each talented in his own way. They make their homes in parts of Australia, New Guinea and the nearby islands. Most of them are neat looking birds modestly dressed in darkish feathers, but their bowers and avenues, chambers and dancing platforms are gaudy with bright colors. Their constructions, some of them many feet high, look like the works and designs of master architects. And every day the decors of berries and pebbles are tidied and replaced with fresh blossoms.

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