WBWS pose

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Subject: WBWS pose
From: jude hopwood <>
Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2014 17:34:22 +1100
Further to both Leo's and Bron's observations, the post of jan 7 with the unintentional - with apologies - large image of the 'in-post' nest, the DY has adopted a similar pose.  All  resident young in nests I inspected, held this pose, not as extreme as Leo's in most instances, but certainly had that 'froggy' appearance.
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