another late breeding event.

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Subject: another late breeding event.
From: Mark Clayton <>
Date: Thu, 7 May 2020 00:15:58 +0000
I have a pair of Grey Butcherbirds that come in for a free handout. I
know from previous experience over the last couple of years that when
they fly in a certain direction they have been feeding young, probably
in the nest. Lately this has been happening again and a few minutes ago
the female arrived with a recently fledged young. The male bird has not
yet arrived so far this morning so may be off nearby with another
juvenile. I will certainly get to know if/when the whole family arrive


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