Nesting Reed Warblers

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Subject: Nesting Reed Warblers
From: knightl <>
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2004 17:59:13 +1000
If anyone in SEQ is interested, there were a pair of reed warblers building a nest in the water lilies ~ 2 metres to the west of the second stepping stone from the pegola on the lake at the Roma St Parklands. When I saw them at lunch time today, they were busy weaving bits of fibre into a nest that was the shape and size of a cupped hand.

Regards, Laurie

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