white browed wood swallow.

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Subject: white browed wood swallow.
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2014 15:30:55 +1100
The first time that I have seen a white browed wood swallow's nest.  There was 
a bird sitting on it, close to the horse gate and the willie wagtail's nest.  
And a triller, feeding young, that I had not seen before, high in an adjacent 

Has anyone been to see the oriole's nest?  A couple of years ago, we were 
keeping an eye on an oriole's nest, which had two chicks in it.  There was 
heavy rain and the nest with chicks, fell to the ground

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