Australian Raven and Magpie Lark

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Subject: Australian Raven and Magpie Lark
From: Anne Hastings <>
Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2017 07:55:33 +0000
I was in Braidwood today and my friend showed me a large tree with an active 
Australian Raven’s nest up high while lower down in the same tree was an active 
Magpie Lark’s nest. We were surprised by this as we thought the Ravens would 
raid the Magpie Lark’s nest. Can anyone explain?

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