Spring is sprung - South Australian Mallee

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Subject: Spring is sprung - South Australian Mallee
From: "Peter Waanders" <>
Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2004 20:05:55 +0930
Hi all
Spring has finally come to the South Australian Riverland with Horsfield's
Bronze-cuckoo's calling their head off, and Red Wattlebirds with recently
fledged chicks. Notably though a flock of 20 Regent Parrots has taken up
residence in our bit of bush, there are usually a few in the morning and
numbers slowly grow all day long until there are at least 20 mid-afternoon.
By the time the sun sets, they've gone, presumably to a roost.
Anyone who happens to be passing through and is looking for Regents, you're
welcome to call in!


Peter Waanders
Waikerie, South Australia

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