WA and ringnecks

To: Nick Payne <>
Subject: WA and ringnecks
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 21:14:46 +1000
In response to Nick Payne, I absolutely agree with him that the ringneck 
(twenty eight) parrot is disappearing around Perth.  That bird was one of the 
birds mostly seen, and heard, when I was growing up in Perth, earlier than 
Nick.  Each time I go there now, there seem to be more rainbow lorikeets which 
must be taking over nesting hollows of the resident parrots.  I would say that 
there are now many more lorikeets than there ever were ringnecks

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