#WingedJewels . . . The pink robin


“The pink robin’s natural habitats are cool temperate forests of far southeastern Australia. Breeding occurs from September to January. The nest is a well-made, neat, deep cup of moss. Spider webs, feathers and fur are used for binding or filling, and the nest is generally placed in a tree fork up to 5 m (15 ft) above the ground. A clutch of three or four eggs is laid.”

~ (Wikipedia)






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