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Subject: Cohabitation
From: martin butterfield <>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2012 09:33:48 +1000
A local resident has enquired of me:  "I also noticed today near Gundaroo , both white cockies and wood ducks nesting in the same tree ( different limbs) again would that be unusual ?"

In the ACT it would probably be unusual that a tree with 2 hollows hadn't been felled on orders from TAMS lawyers.  However in the less litigious environs of Gundaroo would such behaviour simple represent two des res being occupied and them suiting different species?

Martin Butterfield
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