Re: White-browed Woodswallows

To: "Leo Berzins" <>, <>
Subject: Re: White-browed Woodswallows
From: Bron King <>
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2014 09:51:10 +1100
Interesting Leo,

I had the same experience on the shores of Lake Ginninderra a few weeks back.T
Two White-browed Woodswallows sitting in the same way.

Bron King

At 06:58 PM 7/01/2014, Leo Berzins wrote:
Jude reported White-browed Woodswallows vigorously protecting their young on the ground.
I observed the same behaviour last week at Campbell Park and naturally moved on when I realised what the fuss was about.
Passing by the same spot an hour or so later, I observed a very different behaviour. A young W-b Woodswallow (possibly the same one) was motionless on a dead branch at eye level and doing its best Tawny Frogmouth impression. The parents were nearby but kept silent as I moved in a little closer for a quick photo.

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