Corellas in Belconnen

Subject: Corellas in Belconnen
From: John Brannan <>
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 19:16:18 +1000
Shortly after 3 this afternoon, a flock of 50-60 Corellas (presumably Little) flew at a fairly leisurely pace over my place in Florey, heading generally NW. They mustn't have liked what they found, because about half an hour later, they flew back (much faster) in the opposite direction.
As far as I know, this is the first major incursion into Belconnen by Corellas. I've seen the occasional straggler or two flying down the Molonglo Valley, but nothing like these numbers flying around the Belconnen suburbs. Presumably, this is part of their inevitable spread outwards from the inner North and their other haunts south of LBG.

John Brannan

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