Magpie Lark nesting in deciduous tree

To: Philip Veerman <>, calyptorhynchus <>, Canberra Birds <>, "" <>
Subject: Magpie Lark nesting in deciduous tree
From: John Bundock <>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2020 12:12:33 +0000
For 2 years magpie larks nested on top of the box on the electricity pole at the corner of the carpark at Tidbinbilla Visitor Centre. Not well-hidden. The pond next to it gave an easy supply of mud. 

John Bundock

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