Glossy Black Cockatoos

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Subject: Glossy Black Cockatoos
From: "Kathy and John \(home\)" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 19:16:18 +1000
On Saturday morning I saw 2 Glossy Black Cockatoos on the Western side of Mt
Majura. Both were in a dead tree with the female going over every major
branch and looking in every spout. The male was doing a lot of displaying -
lifting his crest, flapping his wings and making odd calls. It looked very
much like they were looking for hollows to nest in. I watched for about 10
minutes and they eventually flew on to another tree.

Kathy Walter

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