To: Canberra Birds <>
Subject: trillers
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2012 16:34:06 +1100
When we went to Callum Brae on Saturday, there was no triller sitting on the 
nest; nor was there a triller going into the nest.  There was a male triller 
about singing, but we did not see him go into the nest.  So, nest abandoned?  
No, today there was a very healthy looking chick in the nest and the female 
flew in and fed it.  It did not stay around for long and after a few minutes 
the chick slipped further into the nest, out of sight.  So it could have 
already hatched on Saturday.  The parents do not seem to be very attentive to 
it's need, but it looked very healthy

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