birding-aus Re: Swift Parrot

Subject: birding-aus Re: Swift Parrot
From: "David Geering"<>
Date: Wed, 5 May 1999 12:12:14 +1100

In my trip report to Killawarra, north-east Victoria, last week I mentioned
that the Mugga Ironbark was flowering and that there were many (at least
100 around the camp) Swift Parrots present.  There are also small numbers
at Boweya Forest and at Chiltern.

Simon Kennedy mentioned that they were not at the sites used last year.
Good to know they are also up Avoca way.

David Geering

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