Breeding success this season

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Subject: Breeding success this season
From: "calyptorhynchus ." <>
Date: Tue, 24 Dec 2019 05:55:54 +0000
I think the well watered gardens of the inner south are enabling birds in our area to have some breeding success, though less than usual. I have noted juvenile Magpies, Currawongs, Galahs, Noisy Miners, Red Wattlebirds, though none of the smaller passerines or parrots. Everyday I note a female Bowerbird enter our yard to take away small cherries to her young.

John Leonard
John Leonard

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