Black swans nesting

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Subject: Black swans nesting
From: "Patrick Faulkner" <>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2008 16:00:33 +1100

Just letting you know there is a black swan nesting on a mound of twigs
(protected by two males) on the edge of Moonee Ponds Creek,  very close
to the Moonee Ponds Creek Bike path, between Footscray Road & Dynon


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