Swift Parrots, Clayton Vic

Subject: Swift Parrots, Clayton Vic
From: trevor kerr <>
Date: Wed, 07 Aug 2002 16:07:46 +1000
On 7/8/02 at 1445hrs 
Three Swift Parrots observed in full light with 10x50 binocs, from 10-15
metres. They were foraging, but mostly stationary, in a narrow-leafed
15m eucalypt with plenty of bud and very little blossom.
The trees are at the front of 252 Clayton Rd Clayton (the private day
procedure hospital). First heard from the adjacent carpark, next to
Monash Medical Centre. There they were, just over the fence, quite vocal
for a few minutes, then quiet.
The resident Hobbies gave them a close look, too. 

Trevor Kerr
Blackburn  Victoria  Australia
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