That's no wattlebird

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Subject: That's no wattlebird
From: Alison Mackerras <>
Date: Sat, 2 Jan 2016 00:16:16 +0000
Thanks Nathanael.  Your description of the begging call explained what
I've been hearing for the past week and yesterday I saw a fledgling
koel.  It's been hiding in our oak tree in Weston and fed by
wattlebirds.  The nest may have been in our neighbour's yard.

Alison Mackerras

On 31/12/15 19:35, Nathanael Coyne wrote:
> Been hearing a strange whinneying noise in a nearby tree so decided to
> check out the Red Wattlebird nest ... stuck my camera up there on a monopod.
> Nathanael Coyne
> <>
> Canberra, Australia
> 0431 698 580

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