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Subject: Pardalotes
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2016 23:10:43 +0000
On Sunday morning, 05/09/16, Bill saw 5 Pardalotes, 2 adults and 3 fledglings, 
emerge from a piece of black water-dripper pipe in our garage.  The pipe was 
about an inch in diameter.  He was unable see the other end of the pipe, as it 
disappeared into junk on a raised platform in the garage, and which had two 
cars that blocked easy access.  We will look at the end of the pipe after 
moving the cars and making a safe mount.
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