Bronzewing pigeon breeding preparation

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Subject: Bronzewing pigeon breeding preparation
From: Dennis Ayliffe <>
Date: Sun, 8 Jul 2012 10:36:51 +1000
A male common bronze wing flew onto our clothesline yesterday morning carrying a piece of grass. It then disappeared into a nearby calistemon. A closer look showed a female already in the bush and after both sat there for a while looking bemused they left. I'll monitor the site to see if they were serious or just practising.
Dennis Ayliffe


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