R D Woodford <>
Tue, 19 Jun 2001 08:55:38 +1000
After Stuart Cooney's note about frequent flyer points for Vic
Speaking of regular contributors, we now recognise our regular
contributors through the awarding of stars for >levels of
contribution. The first two people to be awarded stars, for helping
Birdline Victoria to be so >successful, are Mike Carter and Chris
Coleborn. Thanks to you both for your input in the last 9 months.
For >more details follow this link
I thought I'd better get my submission tally past one.
The usual wintering flocks of Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos have been
gathering around Geelong lately. For anyone who keeps this sort of
data, there were 70-80 birds in a flock flying over Newcomb on Sat
9th June at about 4pm. On Sat 16th there was a smaller flock,
probably 45-50 birds, flying over Latrobe Terrace near Kardinia Park
at about 1 pm (obviously on the way to see the Cats and Dogs fight it
There have also been small groups of Gang Gangs and Sulphur-crested
Cockatoos all over town (fairly usual) but haven't seen any Corellas
here for a couple of months.
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