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Subject: Galahs
From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2009 15:17:54 +1000

Yes Julian, they seem to be right into it. A pair is working on the E mannifera at the front of my house.  However the chewing seems to be for demonstration purposes, the more active being the pink-irised female on the left.  There is some guarding of the nest-hole excavated last year which is higher up in the same tree.  Later in the season this was used by a pair of C Mynas, so I shall be interested to see if it is tenanted in the same sequence this year.  


Galahs, Narrabundah_9683.jpg


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From: Julian Teh [
Sent: Friday, 10 July 2009 11:34 AM
Subject: Galahs


1 pair of Galahs appeared to be chewing an entrance to a large hollow 

at the ANBG (Near Section 11)





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