'Meke Kamps' <>, "" <>
Philip Veerman <>
Mon, 11 Jul 2022 05:44:37 +0000
There are a huge range of possible options. You have not given any kind of
description on which we could even begin to suggest. It may not necessarily be
a bird species you have seen in the garden last spring/summer. Best way to get
a practical answer is to send in a photo of it, that includes a measure of
scale (like a ruler or 50 cent coin). That way we can be your best resource.
The best resource other than doing that, is Gordon Beruldsen's book on next &
eggs of Australian birds.
On Behalf Of Meke Kamps
Sent: Monday, 11 July, 2022 2:45 PM
Subject: Identifying nests
I have a little (now) abandoned nest in the maple tree out the front and I am
trying to figure out, based on the birds I’ve seen in the garden last
spring/summer, who it may have belonged to.
I am pulling up short though, can anyone steer me in the direction of a good
resource for empty nest identification? (Noting the Facebook Australian bird ID
group doesn’t allow nest posts).
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