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|Subject:||Breeding Pied Stilt.|
|Date:||Fri, 30 Oct 2020 21:10:59 +0000|
On the 24/10 down at Jerrabomberra Wetlands a watched a pair building a nest and copulating.
Today ( 31/10 ) i popped down to check on them and one pair are sitting on the nest and i got to see them exchange sitting duties. There is also another pair just at the final stages of building their nest.
They are on the other side of the swamp from Cygnus hide.
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