FW: Birdpedia - Australia - New General Sighting Report - Members

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Subject: FW: Birdpedia - Australia - New General Sighting Report - Members
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2014 09:19:22 +0930
Our pair ( or A pair) of Kookaburras have returned this year and are nesting
in the big palm tree in our back yard. First time back for about five years.

Tony Russell, Vista, SA

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Subject: Birdpedia - Australia - New General Sighting Report - Members



The following sighting has just been reported:

Area: SA

Date: Thursday, 18 September, 2014
Contact: David Robertson
Location: Bunnings Warehouse, Marion (SA)

Magpie-lark (Grallina cyanoleuca) (1) I went to Bunnings at Marion today. As
I approached the door a Magpie Lark flew into the cavernous building. I
asked the team member about it and she said there was a pair who lived
inside and had a nest. I replied that Magpie Larks were mud nesters but she
turned and pointed to the interior scaffolding and there high up in amongst
the high-powered fluoros was a nest! I asked how they got in and out as the
doors are self closing and but she said that they had discovered a gap
between the top of the door and the wall and so could come and go when they
pleased. As far as I know the nearest mud would be miles away.

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