Glossieblack Cockatoes

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Subject: Glossieblack Cockatoes
From: "Reg Clark" <>
Date: Sun, 2 Feb 2003 23:22:58 +1100
Hello all,
There must have been a blue moon recently or maybe the drought. Two (a pair)
of Glossy Black Cockatoos flew in to investigate an Alocasuarina the
reserve adjoining my backyard on Friday, 31sr January, 03, Unfortunately
they were spotted by the local feathered "Mafia" and eventually flew off,
escorted by a shrieking gang of eight Noisy Miners, in the direction of
Gordon , a Sydney suburb, to the south of St Ives where I live .Today
Sunday, 2nd Feb., a flock of abt. 30 Yellowtail Black Cockatoos passed
overhead towards the north, someone at the Bureau of Meteorology must have
seen them because they are  predicting showers for Sydney .


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