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Subject: Lorikeets
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 18:14:29 +1000
I called into Ingleburn shopping centre today (Southwest Sydney) to buy lunch and in the middle of the main street a couple of large Eucalyptus trees are in flower. Large numbers of Little,Musk and Rainbow Lorikeets were observed feeding in these trees. Red Wattlebirds and Yellow-faced Honeyeaters were also present in large numbers. I sat in my car eating lunch and watching these birds feeding,flying,fighting and making a loud racket while shoppers walked by without taking any notice. Also in the nearby school, trees are in flower, again with a large number of Lorikeets. There were no Swift Parrots seen but since there is a large number of trees in flower local birdo's should keep a look out.
                                       Terrill Nordstrom
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