Trillers nest building

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Subject: Trillers nest building
From: John Brannan <>
Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2019 00:41:02 +0000
I was out at the CSIRO wildlife collection off the Barton Highway this morning, 
and on my way out I stopped to take a look at the trillers that were calling — 
at least 3 of them — near the entrance on Bellenden St. After a few moments, I 
noticed a pair building a nest in the large eucalypt (Yellow Box?) immediately 
to the left of the left-hand gatepost (as you leave the compound). The male was 
still displaying to the female as she worked on the nest, which was in its 
early stages.
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