Re; Black-Cockatoos Around Perth

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Subject: Re; Black-Cockatoos Around Perth
From: Peter Jacoby <>
Date: Thu, 7 Aug 2008 13:01:56 +0800

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 There is a region of overlap between the two species south of Perth,
but as far as I know Long-billed hasn't been seen as near to the city
centre as Applecross. They are hard to tell apart however.

        Despite apparently being endangered, quite large flocks of Carnaby's
(Short-billed) are still a regular sight all around the Perth metro

        Peter Jacoby

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