Choughs repairing/renovating nest, East Side Mt Ainslie

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Subject: Choughs repairing/renovating nest, East Side Mt Ainslie
From: Robin Hide <>
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 16:49:19 +1100
Walking round the east side of Mt Ainslie - now that it is open to access again - on Sunday, I noticed a White-winged Chough standing in its clay-bowl nest, apparently working on the edges of the bowl with its beak- (smoothing? the edges) - there were two other Choughs in the same tree. I watched for about a minute, and then had to head off.

Robin Hide

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