|To:||Canberra Birds <>, "<>" <>|
|Subject:||Magpie Lark nesting in deciduous tree|
|Date:||Fri, 11 Sep 2020 16:38:31 +1000|
Thanks to everyone who replied. It seems that MLs can nest, and nest successfully, in exposed spots.
Alas our MLs seem to have ceased building operations. I think the local source of wet mud might have dried up.
On Thu, 10 Sep 2020 at 09:08, calyptorhynchus <> wrote:
‘There is kinship between people and all animals. Such is the Law.’ Kimberley lawmen (from Yorro Yorro)
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