|To:||Canberra Birds <>, Birding-aus <>|
|Subject:||Dusky Wood Swallow domestic arrangements|
|From:||John Leonard <>|
|Date:||Sun, 4 Nov 2012 11:22:55 +1100|
Here's a question that occurred to me watching our local small group of DWSs.|
In large breeding flocks it's difficult to see, but when you have smaller numbers DWss usually seem to be in multiples of three. Is this a male and two females (or vice versa), or a pair and an offspring from last year helping them with this year's breeding?
I want to be with the 9,999 other things.
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