Swift Parrots at Serendip

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Subject: Swift Parrots at Serendip
From: Russell Woodford <>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2013 23:14:15 +0000
A bit late with this report, sorry, but there were a few Swift Parrots at 
Serendip last Wednesday morning when I made a very short visit. Two flying, 
chased off by a Red Wattlebird, then another observed at close range feeding. 
Possible another 1+ nearby, but that might have been the first pair. They were 
half way between the admin buildings and the Pondage.

There was a flock of 6+ Black-chinned Honeyeaters nearby, quite low in the 
foliage and allowed me to get close. Murphy's law - leave the camera in the 
car, and you'll see good birds up close!



Russell Woodford
Waurn Ponds Branch Librarian

p   03  5244 0048
a   140 Pioneer Rd Waurn Ponds 3216<>

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