Cliff nesting

To: michael hunter <>
Subject: Cliff nesting
From: Ian May <>
Date: Fri, 12 Oct 2001 19:34:17 +0930
G'Day Michael

In South Australia; along the coast of Southern Yorke and Eyre
Peninsula, Galahs  use holes among tall  limestone cliffs for nesting.
On the eastern margin of Jackboot Bay at Lake Eyre North, several
hundred Galahs and Little Corellas use holes in (<10 m.) cliffs.
Nankeen Kestrels too.


Ian May

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