Masked Lapwings on a roof

To: John Leonard <>
Subject: Masked Lapwings on a roof
From: martin butterfield <>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 12:20:50 +1000
Many years ago a pair used to nest on the flat roof gardens of the Cameron Offices Belconnen.  

This gave them a good vantage point from which to attack 3rd and 4th Division staff as they walked into the building. (2nd Division parked under cover.)

On 23 April 2013 12:11, John Leonard <> wrote:
At the local primary school here in Canberra I have noticed that a apir of Masked Lapwings frequenly the flat roof of the main, one-story building. I guess they avoid the kids that way.
Does anyone have any infroamtion about Masked Lapwings actually nesting on flat roofs?

John Leonard

Martin Butterfield
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