Yellow-tailed Black cockatoo.... and thanks!

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Subject: Yellow-tailed Black cockatoo.... and thanks!
From: Susanne Gardiner <>
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 01:14:11 +0000 (GMT)
Hi all

This morning at 9am three YTBC flew over North Ainslie Primary School. (Unless 
they were Glossy BC. I've only seen Glossys silently sitting - years ago on Mt 
Ainslie - whereas these flew and sounded just like YTBC, of which I have seen 
plenty, just not in the ACT.)

I also heard Gang-Gangs over the last two days (around northern Ainslie).

Couldn't partake in the Blitz. However the Dickson Guinea-Fowl crossed my path 
on Sunday. It's still alive... I just hadn't seen it for a while.

I would like to say thank you very much for tolerating me on the list, though 
I'm not a COG member. I also enjoyed talking to people at Jerra, ANBG, NGA and 
Norgrove Park (while trying to spot the spotless crake). We are about to move 
to the UK for a few years and I do plan to sign up proper on my return.
If I get bird-homesick I'll have to visit the Ringnecks in Kew Gardens.

Good bye,


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