To: "birds" <>
Subject: Y-tBC's
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2001 07:54:58 +1030
Hi All, definitely a change out there in Cockatoo land in the Adelaide
Hills. A couple of weeks ago I reported having seen four Yellow-tails flying
over my house in the NE suburbs which was the first time I'd seen them here
since moving here in 1966 - probably heading for some pine trees near
Thorndon Park reservoir.
Since then a  friend has reported them a little further north at Vista, near
Tea Tree Gully, and I counted eight on Monday in the pines at the front
entrance to Rostrevor College.
Something has changed which is making them venture forth out of the hills
and into the adjacent NE suburbs of the city, not any great distance, but
not usual for them.
Any ideas?


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