|Subject:||Birdline Australian Capital Territory Weekly Update|
|From:||"Philip Veerman" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 22 Jun 2013 18:13:41 +1000|
With regard to the below. About 3 weeks ago when I was doing one of my walks around the block (i.e. Castley & Boddington, that often includes the sports ground where I saw the Cockatiel and the Peaceful Dove, and to Kambah Village shops). At the opposite end of Castley Circuit from my end, I heard a Cockatiel calling and then heard a girl calling to it from behind a fence. Then stickybeaking through a hole in the fence I had a vague view of a small aviary with a Galah and whatever else, that strangely I had never noticed before. This girl (after I said why I was stickybeaking through a hole in the fence) told me that her Cockatiel (that I had just heard) had just got out and she was trying to call it back. I told her that a couple weeks ago I had seen a Cockatiel male associating with Galahs and Red-rumped Parrots only about 300 metres away at the sports ground . She said yes she was aware of that one and had seen it for some weeks there but it was not her bird. This morning I heard a Cockatiel flying past my house. I don't know what is any connection between them all.
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Birdline Australian Capital Territory
Published sightings for the week ending 21 Apr 2013.
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