Black cockatoos in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney

Subject: Black cockatoos in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney
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Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 11:10:28 +1000
I used to live near Centennial Park and would often see flocks of these 
cockatoos, especially during the colder parts of the year.

I am not sure if they are permanent residents, but they can often be seen 
feeding from the various conifers planted in the park in large stands. There 
was often a good chance of seeing them in the corner of the park nearest the 
intersection of Darley Rd and Alison Rd, where there are many mature trees.



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