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Subject: Finches
From: john harris via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Sun, 20 Mar 2022 03:37:43 +0000
Another set of parents and young Double-barred fences have appeared at my 
feeding bowls, as have yet more young Red-browed Finches being trained by their 
parents. At first that’s squawk in the branches and then nervously join the 
adults. They gain full confidence by the second or third day. I have lost count 
of how many breeding events I have observed since Spring if each of these 
training sessions indicates a separate event.In that case, at least seven
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