|Subject:||Ravens getting in the mood|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Jun 2003 15:27:29 +1000|
Just returned from a 2 000 km round trip from Dubbo to Maryborough, central Victoria (not the one in Qld ... damn!).
One thing that was particularly obvious travelling at 110km/hr (the legal limit along most of this route) were the number of ravens actively collecting or carrying sticks back to nests.
The days are getting longer (hurray!).
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