birding-aus Seen heading North !!!!

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Subject: birding-aus Seen heading North !!!!
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 21:34:49 -0700 (PDT)
G'day All,
Early this am and again about 1130 hrs. two flocks of Swift Parrot.
First flock was about 30 in number the second 18. Flying Due North over
Frankston then second sighting was at Hastings 1300 hrs. again flying
North but slightly Nor-East. Second sighting noticed they stayed for
about 30 minutes in the gum trees close to Hastings Park close to the
library before resuming their trek northwards.

Question :

When a Scaly breasted Lorikeet and a Rainbow Lorikeet form a union what
is the most likely outcome with respect to their offspring ?

Eastern Rosella's are back in Hastings.

John A. Gamblin,

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