|To:||Chris Tzaros <>|
|Subject:||Re: Swift Parrot discussion (birding-aus)|
|From:||"Clair D. Loon" <>|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Aug 2002 19:42:29 -0700 (PDT)|
Bless you Chris, and thank you so very much for your exact description.
A few questions if I may?
Does the CD have all the necessary files/forms for printing then reporting sightings? plus some easy ID photo's and sounds on it? I couldn't possibly accept the CD for free so can one make a donation in lieu.
What is the biggest present day threat to the Swift Parrot? how can they be endangered with such fine people as yourselves helping them? bless all involved with this very worthwhile project.
And finally would the planting of gum trees especially for these most beautiful of friends help? if so which variety of gum tree would you recommend we should plant.
Chris Tzaros <>wrote:
Greetings Clair, Paul and others interested in Swift Parrots,
This is what we heard and I do thank you so very much.
Perching birds give a repertoire of calls. In fact, I was listening to a single adult this morning in the eucalypt outside our house, and it gave almost every call I've ever heard, including a series of soft rapid notes, that I've learnt to be alarm notes given by birds approached closely, that I most liken to the auto focus sound of my
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