To: "canberra birds" <>
Subject: Oriole
From: "Rosie - Internode" <>
Date: Wed, 22 Dec 2010 18:24:11 +1100
Both Flynn and Latham are known for the calls of Olive-backed orioles at the appropriate times of day & season.
I came across a nest 4-5 metres above the footpath parallel to Ginninderra creek yesterday. The nest hangs from a poplar tree's branches and is only a few metres away from a similarly sited Noisy friarbird nest.
The general area is west of the semi-loop street, Wrenfordsley place, Latham. I can give more details should anyone wish to sight them.
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