White cockies.

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Subject: White cockies.
From: "Margaret Leggoe" <>
Date: Sat, 8 Jun 2013 15:57:00 +1000

On Callum Brae this morning, between 4 trees there would have been at least 150 white cockies left (a big flock had flown away just as I arrived about 7am).  The corellas, mostly little, were at least equal in number to the sulphur-cresteds, and on the tree in the image linked they outnumbered the SCCs by quite a bit.  There is was only one long-billed corella that I could pick out, and also one VERY diseased half naked SCC.  Pity the roo cullers couldn’t dispatch this fellow too before he infects too many of his mates.

Margaret Leggoe





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