Cockatoos in Sydney

Subject: Cockatoos in Sydney
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 14:10:11 +1000

In Column 8 of todays Sydney Morning Herald:
"Sighted around Bondi Beach and the eastern suburbs - a flock of yellow-tailed black cockatoos. It's a large bird, with a distinctive haunting cry, normally a forest dweller and a relatively rare visitor to the city. A seaside holiday perhaps?"

Perhaps Sydney birdos might like to e-mail Column 8 m("","column8");>  and point out just what the situation is.


David Geering

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