Parrots Nesting in Cliff Faces

To: "michael hunter" <>, <>
Subject: Parrots Nesting in Cliff Faces
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 09:37:16 +0800
Michael Hunter asked:
> Any other parrots known to use cliffs for nesting?

Little Corellas nest in holes in the cliffs along Yardie Creek in the Cape 
Range National Park near Exmouth in the NW of WA.

I have seen Australian Ringnecks entering hollows just under the eaves of 
the Reid Library at the University of WA in Perth.  Not exactly a cliff 
but close to it.

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