Re: Do the birds know something we don't?

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Subject: Re: Do the birds know something we don't?
From: "belles" <>
Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 13:38:55 +1000
I am on the South Coast and the birds here - galahs, Eastern Rosellas, Magpies, etc., are all nesting. I see them flying over with twigs in their beaks, there are Galahs nesting in my front tree hollow. The weather is cold at night but our days are pretty good nice and sunny. I think I heard that in the Blue Mountains areas, they have Crimson Rosellas, S/Crested Cockatoos, and Galahs nesting there a while ago.
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