|To:||"Janice England" <>, <>|
|From:||Carol Probets <>|
|Date:||Sat, 10 Dec 2005 09:32:53 +1100|
Jan England wrote:
One was being used by White-breasted Woodswallows...... Does anyone know if Magpie Larks often hand over (or have their nests taken over) by other birds?
Hi Jan and all,
Last year in the Capertee Valley NSW when there was an irruption of nesting White-browed Woodswallows, one pair had built their nest inside an old Magpie-lark nest on my place.
Interestingly, this season I haven't seen a single White-browed or Masked Woodswallow in the valley. They're obviously all further west.
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