|To:||"'Erika Roper'" <>|
|Subject:||Re: Mystery parrot?|
|From:||"Philip Veerman" <>|
|Date:||Sat, 14 Sep 2013 10:37:40 +1000|
It may not have been doing anything in a rosemary bush. It looks fairly crumpled. It could have been dropped there by a predator or passing person or maybe fallen dead from a tree above. This week there was a Crimson Rosella dead on the path in front of my home, under the power line. I guess collision with the power line is a likely cause. But in such cases there are many possibilities.
-----Original Message-----From: Erika Roper [ Sent: Friday, 13 September 2013 8:49 PM To: Philip VeermanThanks everyone for the ID of the parrot. I wonder what it was doing in a rosemary bush...
Cc: Subject: [canberrabirds] Re: Mystery parrot?
On Friday, September 13, 2013, Philip Veerman wrote:
Yes female (or young male) King Parrot.
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