Night Parrot

To: 'John Leonard' <>, 'Birding-aus' <>
Subject: Night Parrot
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Mon, 1 Jul 2013 12:07:37 +1000
Perhaps they're generally inaccessible to cats if they roost and breed in dense 

Peter Shute

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> John Leonard
> Sent: Monday, 1 July 2013 11:52 AM
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> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Night Parrot
> Sensational news.
> I do wonder, however, how on earth Night Parrots mange to 
> avoid cats, or have managed to avoid them such that there is 
> still a small population remaining. They seem so vulnerable. 
> Did Bilbies ever take Night Parrots, or were Quolls found in 
> their range, these might have pretrained them for cats.
> John Leonard

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