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|Subject:||Nest and Egg Identification|
|From:||Graeme Clifton <>|
|Date:||Tue, 9 Jan 2018 05:33:38 +0000|
This email is an attempt to drag several of you away from your fixation with Koels.
I have discovered a nest with 3 recently laid blue/green eggs in our orchard. The nest looks very similar to a Yellow Faced Honeyeaters nest but Beruldsen's book indicates its eggs are pinkish white.
I have eliminated Glossy Ibis, Blackbird, Starling and Black Swan, which all may have bluish eggs, for various reasons.
My best guess is Silvereye. Any other opinions/ideas?
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