Younguns in Deakin

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Subject: Younguns in Deakin
From: Dr David Rosalky <>
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2023 06:31:33 +0000

After four weeks away in Sydney, I have returned and resumed my GBS observations.  It’s been a productive period.

  • Indian Mynas bred (I think just one chick) in a Blakelys Redgum in my front yard.  But yesterday, the relos came to visit.  Eight IMs in total.
  • Magpie larks with dy.
  • This evening, as I chatted with my wife and sipped a scotch, I became aware of a persistent soft chirping.  It took just a moment to discover the chirper in a Chinese Elm in my backyard – a very young Koel with, might I say, a rather golden crown, being fed busily by a RWB.



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