The nests

The word prompt from The Daily Post: Nest

There are many different nests that Australian birds construct. Have a look at a few that I have found

Yes that is a nest. The Tawny Frogmouth nest is a couple of sticks haphazardly thrown in the fork of a tree
tawny frogmouth1_face_nest_binna burra_102011

A nest of sizeable proportions is the Osprey nest. This is a nest that is reused all the time.
osprey_nest_named_lawrence_sept 2014

Nests are for raising babies. Grey Fantail babies are always hungry.
fantail young03_nest_feeding_binna burra_named_nov 2014

A Spangled Drongo nest is tied to the branches of the Spotted Gum tree.
spangled drongo_nest_named_home_dec 2014

The male Figbird has his turn on the nest among the Jacaranda blossoms.
fig bird_male_nest_grafton_named_nov 2015

I think the Square-tailed Kite, sitting on her nest, has seen me.
square-tailed-kite02_nest_named_home_nov-2016

Sometimes a tail is all you see protruding from the nest.
square tailed kite_nest_named_home_sept 2017

The Pied Currawongs nest is very messy but it still is comfort to the young one who wants breakfast.
currie_the nest_just a beak

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