Bronzewing re-use of frogmouth nest

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Subject: Bronzewing re-use of frogmouth nest
From: Stephanie Haygarth <>
Date: Fri, 15 Jan 2016 07:54:59 +0000
On Mount Ainslie this afternoon we saw a bronzewing on the nest of one of the frogmouth families that we've watched for the last few seasons, presumably on eggs.  Interesting re-use. The frogmouths at that spot successfully fledged young in November.  Pic attached.

Matthew and Stephanie

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