Gerygone and help on a nest ID

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Subject: Gerygone and help on a nest ID
From: "martin butterfield" <>
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2008 17:50:38 +1000
The first Western Gerygone to make it to Carwoola was heard this morning.

A friend found a beautiful little nest in the middle of a path and has asked me if I could identify it.  The answer is "no" so I'd appreciate advice from the group and a couple of images are attached.  While the path in question was a little out of the AOI (through wet sclerophyll forest near Grafton) it would be nice to help someone getting an interest in birds.  As far as we could make out the material of the nest is mainly very fine, short strands of animal hair/fur with a little grassy material.




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