Anzac Parade nests

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Subject: Anzac Parade nests
From: Susan Robertson <>
Date: Tue, 15 Sep 2020 04:53:11 +0000

It’s been busy around here during recent weeks.  The choughs’ nest near the Vietnam War Memorial now has two babies in it with the 10 conscientious adults feeding them.  Nearby an Australian Raven pair is incubating eggs.  Crested Pigeons have produced two young which have now fledged. At least two dependent Noisy Minors are  in the eucalypts in Anzac Parade.  They have  parents that swoop aggressively sometimes.  Magpies and currawongs have been building nests.  Cockies are frequently at a hollow but I don’t know what’s going on in it.


The Amaroo Street choughs are incubating eggs. 

Susan Robertson








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