anyone for a bath? Thornbills at Tuggeranong Hill

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Subject: anyone for a bath? Thornbills at Tuggeranong Hill
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2015 21:53:22 +0000

At Tuggeranong Hill yesterday morning there were lots of small birds enjoying the sunshine. Found a Brown Thornbill and a Striated Thornbill sharing a bath in a tiny trickle of water close to the electricity substation.
 Elsewhere in the reserve, a pair of Yellow-rumped Thornbills were busy putting finishing touches to a nest in a clump of mistletoe - both pulling bits of fluff or spiderweb from nearby trees and flying into the nest
sandra h

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