Cockatiels breeding at an endangered Melbourne site

Subject: Cockatiels breeding at an endangered Melbourne site
Date: Thu, 04 Sep 2003 16:11:16 +1000
In Bayside, at the CSIRO in Highett, I have seen Cockatiels
in February and August, feeding in the very important
remnant Yellow Box, and other, trees.

People who work there know they have often bred over several

Could they be "wild" ? Or a remnant ?

Views please !

Michael Norris
Bayside Friends of Native Wildlife
Hampton, Victoria  38° 56' S  145° 1' E

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