Red-tailed Black Cockatoo at Wanganella NSW

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Subject: Red-tailed Black Cockatoo at Wanganella NSW
From: "Alan Morris" <>
Date: Fri, 10 May 2002 13:04:20 +1000
Hi Birders,
Central Coast birder and former resident of the Wanganella-Boorooban area of far south-west NSW, Maragret Pointer reports that her sister-in-law Glenis Nevison, of The Ranch Homestead, Wangella saw in her garden for two days a pair of Red-tailed Black Cockatoos. They camped in the homestead garden from 8-9 May 2002, feeding and roosting in a Box eucalypt. As the northern population of Red-tailed Black Cockatoos in NSW are only found basically in or near the Darling River to as far south as Menindee, in western NSW, it is possible that these birds a part of the western Victoria population. All the local Deniliquin birders came out to view the Cockies.
Alan Morris
Records Officer, Birding NSW
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