Swift Parrots, Blackburn, Vic

Subject: Swift Parrots, Blackburn, Vic
From: trevor kerr <>
Date: Sun, 07 Apr 2002 11:39:32 +1000
A pair of Lathamus discolor, today 11am 6/4, along creek that runs thru
Black's Walk. Just behind the scout hall in Main st.
They were up and down a section of the creek, over about 200m, but the
distinctive rapidly moving clink-clink in flight, and the pretty warble
from an exposed perch, gives them the distinction from the many musk
lorikeets. One was drinking at the water's edge, the other on watch. 

Trevor Kerr
Blackburn  Victoria  Australia
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