*Good Friends*

To: John Gamblin <>
Subject: *Good Friends*
Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 15:15:47 +1000
John, Eggy and all

Is there any such thing as a "usual" nesting site for a Tree
Sparrow ? 

I have three records of nesting sites in (overflow?) pipes high
in the walls of blocks of flats, 2 in eaves etc. (including the
structure over a garage's petrol pumps where the most awful
music was playing through loudspeakers) and three relating to
the housings of external blinds (including one used twice).    

Michael Norris
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