Commonwealth Park nesting

To: "Tina & John Bromhead" <john&>,
Subject: Commonwealth Park nesting
From: pardalote <>
Date: Fri, 28 Sep 2012 18:40:06 +1000
Really?  I saw them at stage 88 last Saturday, and I was convinced they were nesting in one of the drains there.  One of them flew down to the drain with what appeared to be nesting material in its beak.


On Wed, Sep 26, 2012 at 10:30 PM, Tina & John Bromhead <john&> wrote:
I watched a pair of Striated Pardalotes on Saturday next to
Stage 88 collecting nesting material from the ground and
taking it up into a tree, darting this way and that to avoid
the Floriade crowds.


Tina & John Bromhead

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