Common Bronzewing breeding

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Subject: Common Bronzewing breeding
From: "Trevor Hampel" <>
Date: Sat, 28 Mar 1998 21:15:56 +1030
This afternoon I went for a walk along a bush track some 10km west of
Murray Bridge.
Highlights of my observations:

Common Bronzewing - 2 flushed from tree, one had been sitting on 2 eggs

Hooded Robin - 4 - male + female with 2 young

White-Winged Chough - 2 groups of 7 and 8 respectively, at least 4 used
nests in the vacinity

White-Browed Babbler - 2 attacking a Grey Butcherbird

Spotted Harrier - swooping low over the mallee scrub

Happy Birding,

Trevor Hampel
Murray Bridge

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