Nest parasitism Welcome Swallows

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Subject: Nest parasitism Welcome Swallows
From: Pat OMalley <>
Date: Thu, 21 Nov 2013 08:21:39 +0000
Can anyone enlighten me about possible nest parasitism for Welcome Swallows. A 
pair raising a brood seemed to be doing well (they raised five last year), when 
three nestlings appear to have been turfed out. The parents are still attending 
the nest and I am loath to get up a ladder and peer in to see what is there, In 
case of adverse reactions.

Any insights or data appreciated,

Pat O'Malley,
Faculty of Law
University of Sydney
NSW 2006
0404273392 (Mobile)

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