|To:||COG bird discussions <>|
|Subject:||Fwd: Sighting of Swift Parrot 25 Mar 2012 on Budderoo Plateau|
|From:||Denis Wilson <>|
|Date:||Tue, 3 Apr 2012 11:33:23 +1000|
This is a reminder to all COG Chat Line members that the Birds Australia Swift Parrot Recovery Program coordinator is Chris Tzaros.|
Clearly he is keen to get all reports of Swift Parrots.
Accordingly I am forwarding his email address.
I now know it is still current (the previous references I could find were several years old).
So, for the South Coast reporters of this Chat line as well, as the Canberra based people kindly store this email, or at least his email address.
The recent reference on this chat line to Swifties in the prolific flowering Eucalypts on the South Coast would be of interest to Chris, I am sure.
I sent him a Google Earth Placemark (kmz file) which seems to have worked well, as a way of getting Lat and Long reference points.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Chris Tzaros<>
Date: Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 11:01 AM
Subject: RE: Sighting of Swift Parrot 25 Mar 2012 on Budderoo Plateau
To: Denis Wilson <>
Thanks very much for reporting your Swift Parrot sighting and for the comprehensive details. It sure sounds like a Swift Parrot from your description. There have been numerous other records from the mainland so far this season (mostly Victoria but some from western Sydney). It is around the time I’d expect them to mostly be on the mainland rather than in Tassie.
Thank you again and I look forward to receiving more reports from you.
Chris Tzaros | Woodland Birds for Biodiversity | Swift
Parrot Recovery Coordinator
ABN 75 149 124 744
"The Nature of Robertson"
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