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It's presently summer here in Australia and it has been raining non-stop for the past week in Queensland. Floods of biblical proportions with some towns experiencing flood waters of up to 14 metres because rivers are breaking their banks. Besides that it has been really cold as well and definitely not the sunny / warm / thunderstorm summer you would expect in Queensland.
I am not too sure of when breeding season is for particular birds, but there currently is a bird outside of my house a Plover (yellow beak / partially on its face) that is being very aggressive towards everything. They usually are aggressive in Spring as that is when they breed. However it has been swooping people, and aggressively acting out against humans and other birds yet it doesn't seem to have a nest or a mate. Is this normal bird behaviour to be aggressive and territorial when they are not nesting?
Originally posted by controldiction
reply to post by rushunt
Not trying to be rude but why don't we just consider them gone and you tell us what you know. Because if they don't show up then everyone will be looking at you for answers. We all have been here looking for a needle in a thread stack and if you have info it would sure be appreciated. Apparently Aswego and Angel do not give a darn about the rest of us ATSers. Help us out if you can.
It would be greatly appreciated and my headache might disappear.