Swift Parrots outside Tuggeranong Library

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Subject: Swift Parrots outside Tuggeranong Library
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Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2010 10:44:27 +1000
I just observed at least a dozen Swift Parrots in the flowering Ironbarks
in the carpark opposite the Tuggeranong Library.  Very vocal, being chased
by Red Wattlebirds, so moving from tree to tree.  I don't have field
glasses but almost certain of my identification.

Matthew Frawley

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