Kookas nesting

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Subject: Kookas nesting
From: "Dean Cutten" <>
Date: Sun, 17 Dec 2006 05:24:14 -0600
Tony/Aus Birders,

It could be the Kookaburras excavated the hole in the palm where it was soft. Back in the 50's on my parent's dairy farm Kookaburras would excavate a hole near the top of the newly built hay stack next to the dairy yards. This went on for several years where they would make a nesting hole in the new haystack after it was completed (generally by the end of November).

Dean Cutten
Victor Harbor,  SA

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