Re: Nest material

Subject: Re: Nest material
From: Linda Payzant <>
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 1996 10:25:32 -0300
Halifax, Nova Scotia has a high density of nesting Ospreys.
There is documentation showing them using many man-made
materials for nesting, including a Canadian flag and
diapers taken from someone's clothesline.

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