Yellow tailed blacks and ....

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Subject: Yellow tailed blacks and ....
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 00:13:07 -0800 (PST)
Good friends of these parts, Mornington Peninsula,
told me of a group of 3 Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo,
adult's, at Crib Point, please contact Tony Harkin.

I have also confirmed reports of the same being
sighted at Red Hill South a young family of 3 YTBC's
I believe.

I'm going over to Balnarring tomorrow to investigate a
white-tailed black cockatoo?????, my mind boggles at
just what I will find?

Nearly all done with the birds of French Island list
apologies to all on this, due to other issues delaying
me somewhat.

Must be on the move looking for a better home or food
eh? not famed for these numbers this side of of the

John A. Gamblin

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