Long-billed Corella

Subject: Long-billed Corella
From: "Nicholas Talbot" <>
Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 19:38:03 +1100
I've noticed two or three Long-billed Corella in the Kingston flock of Little Corella recently. Today they were in a tree near the junction of Jardine and Eyre streets. One of them appeared to be a juvenile, making a constant begging noise next to an adult. I'm assuming this means they are escapees which have been breeding. I have previously taken a video of one of the adults and could see a ring around its leg.
Has anyone else seen these birds?
PS: Apologies if this has been discussed before.

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