On Sunday afternoon I spent a fascinating hour observing our nesting Superb Fairy-wrens in the front garden. This species is renowned for cooperative breeding, however, in this case there appears to be only two parents. Both were involved in delivering a series of morsels to the nestlings tucked away in the saltbush. The selection was rich and varied – spiders, moths, insect larvae, wasps and flying ants were all on the menu.
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