Ravens fledging in Corroboree Park

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Subject: Ravens fledging in Corroboree Park
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Sun, 24 Aug 2008 09:54:21 +1000
Two fledglings from the Australian Ravens nest in Corroboree Park  (in very tall ribbon gum Eucalyptus viminalis towering over the tennis courts) descended from the nest this morning and are now on the ground - at 9.40 am,  one was on the tennis court, and one in a nearby garden to the west of the park. Parents were vigorously warding off swooping magpies from nest in neighbouring tree. Is this very early?

Robin Hide
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