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|Subject:||Rainbow Lorikeet breeding|
|Date:||Sun, 19 May 2019 03:05:51 +0000|
I was at Justice Robert Hope Park this morning and i spotted a RL fly into a hollow. When i got closer i could hear a chipping call coming from the hollow. After a while 2 birds emerged then flew to a nearby tree so i quickly moved away from the hollow and 1 bird flew straight back into the hollow and the other bird flew away.
I stayed about another 10-15 minutes and the bird stayed in the hollow the whole time.
The photo attached shows the bird on the right with tatty chest feathers, i assume this is from nesting?
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