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|Subject:||Yellow-rumped Thornbill nest|
|Date:||Sat, 3 Nov 2018 05:29:42 +0000|
On Red Hill this afternoon I saw this YRT nest right by the path. Note the false cup nest on top (it was even lined with feathers &c) and the actual nest inside the hole below (to the left of the red twig).
Red Hill is horribly dry, if it wasn't surrounded by well-watered suburbs I don't anything would be living there atm.
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