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|From:||Martin Butterfield <>|
|Date:||Tue, 19 Sep 2017 20:25:09 +0000|
The male Tawny Frogmouth has assumed the position (on the nest that is). At 14 days that is the equal shortest period of nest building I have recorded. It will be interesting to speculate whether they have sped up this stage of the process to compensate for the very late start to building.
I had not seen any Flame Robins around'for about 2 weeks and had concluded that they had decided against nesting in the area. However in the last three days the birds have been visible (and audible) again. I haven't yet been able to find a nest site, so its unclear if this is a second wave of migrants passing through or if the birds have been present continuously but just went into stealth mode for some petroical reason.
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