Pallid Cuckoo calling and nesting Kburrash

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Subject: Pallid Cuckoo calling and nesting Kburrash
From: Dennis <>
Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2018 06:52:38 +0000
The first I have heard this season could be heard but not seen in the woodland 
to the souttwest of Dunlop in Belconnen this afternoon. And in other news my 
wife spotted a pair of kookaburras repeatedly entering and leaving a hollow in 
a gum tree on the northern edge of Mt Rogers Reserve in Fraser right alongside 
the dirt walking track.

Dennis Ayliffe
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