Spotted Pardalotes nesting

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Subject: Spotted Pardalotes nesting
From: "Marks Clan" <>
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2012 15:12:37 +1000
Hi there,
new to the mailing list, living in the south (Gordon)... anyway I was sitting out enjoying lunch in my yard, and noticed that we have a pair of Spotted Pardalotes nesting in my neighbour's yard in a dirt pile, the entrance to the nest tunnel conveniently facing my yard. Here's a pic of the male about to enter the tunnel, I'm not sure if he has a bug or a piece of grass in his beak. The female was around too, both appeared involved in the digging process.


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