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Anthony Overs via Canberrabirds <>
Wed, 24 May 2023 07:16:22 +0000
My resident Crested Pigeons have been very sneaky indeed.
On Monday evening they came into roost in the thick shrubbery around the base
of a large eucalypt, a site where they have bred multiple times in the past.
However, there were three birds, with one being a brand new juvenile, about
three quarters the size of the adults. They have managed to raise young as we
run into winter. And I didn’t even notice.
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