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A love story in the Bicentennial Conservatory

Date posted: 28 November 2016

We love our White-browed Woodswallow birds at Adelaide Botanic Garden's Bicentennial Conservatory because they keep the bug population under control. But in spring 2016 our pair of lovebirds were suddenly torn apart when the male suffered a broken wing. Will they be reunited at last?

“A Love Story in the Bicentennial Conservatory

Still image by Aviceda (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Bird call recording by Marc Anderson, XC287097

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