Large flock of Little Corellas close to Melbourne, Victoria.

Subject: Large flock of Little Corellas close to Melbourne, Victoria.
From: Paul Hackett <>
Date: Fri, 04 May 2012 15:23:05 +1000
Hi all,

Today at 10.45am I observed a very large flock of Corellas, all of which appeared to be Little Corellas in a paddock between Frankston and Cranbourne, south east of Melbourne. Less than 2 hours later they had moved on. The paddock was on the north east corner of the intersection of Dandenong - Hastings Road and Cranbourne - Frankston Road. A short pan of the flock can be seen at
It is the largest flock of corellas I have seen this close to Melbourne,

Cheers, Paul

Paul Hackett
Melbourne, Australia

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