FW: princess parrot update

To: "" <>
Subject: FW: princess parrot update
From: Tim Dolby <>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 23:26:12 +0000
Hi All,

FYI. As noted below the traditional owners will be conducting Princess Parrot 
day tours this week and next. For further information call the Central Land 
Council on (08) 8951 6211.

Combining a trip for the parrot with a search for Australian Painted Snipe and 
a chance to see the outback at its very best sounds perfect.


Tim Dolby

From: Sam Rando 
Sent: Tuesday, 23 November 2010 10:12 AM
To: Tim Dolby
Subject: princess parrot update

Hi Tim

As you are probably aware, traditional owners are conducting day trip tours of 
the princess parrot site west of the Mereenie Loop Road this week and next.

Parks and Wildlife Service staff are currently at the nesting site (they are 
there this morning) and report that the princess parrots are still present. If 
you are able to post this update on relevant bird groups that would be 

Thanks Tim,

Cheers  Sam

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