Re: Chris Ross' request

Subject: Re: Chris Ross' request
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 15:54:58 +0800
Seems to be a regular spot for the bower, but I don't know if it's the same
bird.  I had been birdwatching in the RNP many times over the 2 or 3 years
prior to coming to China in May 2001 and remember seeing the bower, or
remnants of it on a few occasions over that time.

I hope it was destroyed by natural circumstances rather that by nosey
park-goers, but I guess if it re-appears, the bird must be comfortable with
its choice of home site?

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