Three chough nests

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Subject: Three chough nests
From: Stephanie Haygarth <>
Date: Sun, 10 Jan 2016 00:36:41 +0000
Today on Mt Ainslie I was surprised to find three chough nests, all in close 
proximity, being tended by the same group of birds.  As I walked from one tree 
to the next, some of the birds flew along too, making adjustments to the edge 
of the nests or exhibiting other behaviour (eg wing-fanning with open beak).  
It appears that a second clutch of eggs for the season might be on the way?

Matthew Higgins
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