Queenscliffe Cockatoos

Subject: Queenscliffe Cockatoos
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2000 01:52:14 +1100
Denise Moore writes:

Queenscliff,Victoria was invaded by YTBCs during weekend,3rd & 4th June.
Early in afternoon of 3rd, a large fly past, 30 +, whilst simultaneously
observing 50+ feeding in a pine tree. It was a feeding frenzy and after
15 minutes or so the group took off in same direction as the fly
past(SE) Yesterday, whilst lunching, a group, 50+ flew past my dining
room window(SW) The noise was deafning, but a thrilling sight.

Denise Moore

Russell Woodford

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