Re: Rare lorikeets?????

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Subject: Re: Rare lorikeets?????
From: "Trevor Quested" <>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 22:01:19 +1000
Scaly Breasted Lorikeets as well as Musk and Rainbow were regulars at a
feeder at the Mowle Village at Castle Hill for many years. The lady who
used to feed the birds stopped and they must have gone elsewhere, but
where? I would like to know a regular spot for them. I have seen them
occasionally in the trees near the entrance to Cumberland State Forest too.
Trevor Quested & Annie Young
Sydney,  Australia

Phone   +61 2 9955 6266
Fax  + 61 2  9959 4005

> From: lorne <>
> To: 
> Subject: Rare lorikeets?????
> Date: Wednesday, 23 July 1997 2:05
> Hi BIRDLOVERS, Lorne here, with a tiny bit of trivia... Where I teach,
> in Castle Hill (NSW), had its first pair of Scaly-breasted Lorikeets in
> three years! They are pretty uncommon about the Cumberland Plain I find.
> Musk Lorikeets are more usual.
> Lorne (Hoatzin - stomachs like a cow!) Johnson.

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