Little Corellas in Geelong and Radjah Shelduck

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Subject: Little Corellas in Geelong and Radjah Shelduck
From: "gfnc" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2007 23:14:40 +1100
Little Corellas have been increasing in numbers around the Geelong region
over the past few years. The Geelong Field Naturalists Club publication
"Geelong Bird Report 2005" (
) lists the largest flock being 140 birds in Queens Park in early March.
They have been recorded Ocean Grove, Breamlea, St Leonards and Torquay, but
the largest flocks were to the northwest. There were 350 at Exford in June


I have received a report of a pair of Radjah Shelduck on a farm dam at
Modewarre. They are fairly tame and have been resident for a week. Does any
body know where they may have come from?


Barry Lingham

Bird Group Coordinator

Geelong Field Naturalists Club


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