Re: birding-aus Cockatoo flying behaviour

To: Russell <>
Subject: Re: birding-aus Cockatoo flying behaviour
From: Penny Drake-Brockman <>
Date: Mon, 3 May 1999 08:45:48 +1100

I have always thought that Galahs and to a lesser extent Sulphur-cresteds,
fly in a rather erratic fashion to avoid Peregrines, as well as for the fun
of it. Being slightly smaller than the Yellow-tailed black cockatoos, in
particular,  they are perhaps more vulnerable to raptor attack.
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