Unusual use for a tree guard!

Subject: Unusual use for a tree guard!
From: Janet Mattiske and Frank Pierce <>
Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2013 23:31:28 +1100
In 2010 I monitored the nest of an Owlet Nightjar, which was 900mm below top of 90mm internal diameter Fibre Cement flue.

Two chicks were successfully raised.

Refer to the link below for a brief report with lots of photos.

The birds did not reuse the flue the following year.

Round the Bend Conservation Co-operative is in the Bend of Islands, 33km north east of Melbourne.

Frank Pierce


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