RFI : Wagga Wagga/Turquoise Parrots

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Subject: RFI : Wagga Wagga/Turquoise Parrots
From: Judith Hoyle <>
Date: Wed, 14 Dec 2011 20:28:10 +0000
Hi Chris,

If you dip at The Rock and decide to go to the Warby's, look for the TPs at 
Wenham's clearing.  If you can't see it on the map, get back to me and I will 
ask Gavin (an ex Wangaratta lad), to dredge up the directions from his memory 
bank - I could only remember how to get there if I was driving!   

It also may be worth considering going to Cocoparra National Park near 
Griffith.  Cocoparra is slightly closer to Wagga Wagga than the Warby's and is 
also a good spot for TPs - hopefully someone  will be able to give you specific 
places to look for them there.

Finally, if you still have no luck and if you ever get up to Queensland, I know 
a paddock near Girraween National Park (just over the NSW/QLD border) where you 
would have a 9 out of 10 chance of seeing them.

Good luck!!


Judith Hoyle
Brisbane QLD

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> Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2011 00:12:26 +1030
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] RFI : Wagga Wagga/Turquoise Parrots
> Hi everyone,
> Wondering if anyone can help? I'm about to cart the family over to the 
> in-laws at Wagga for 10 days over christmas and am keen to get out and do a 
> little birding! One of my aims on the trip is to find and photograph a 
> Turquoise Parrot as it is the only Neophema I need for a clean sweep of these 
> cool little parrots! I could drive south to Vic and head for the Warby Ranges 
> or somewhere like that but if someone has an area a little closer it would be 
> very much appreciated! 
> I've read a few old reports off the thread where Turquoise Parrots had been 
> seen at The Rock Nature Reserve. Can anyone tell me if they are still found 
> in this location? or any other areas nearby?
> Thanks in advance
> Chris Steeles
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