Bassian Thrush at the ANBG

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Subject: Bassian Thrush at the ANBG
From: Lindell <>
Date: Thu, 1 May 2014 16:00:39 +1000

A trip to the ANBG yesterday revealed this Bassian Thrush - photo taken hastily before it disappeared into the undergrowth of the Acacias in Section 2.

This morning in the pines at the far end of Dunrossil Drive (on the right and above the golf course green and T-block) there was a flock of 30 - 40 Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos being harassed by a smaller flock of Sulphur-crested Cockatoos - all trying to feed on the pine cones. Behind all the noise and screeching were the begging calls of a few S-c Cockies - Couldn't stay long enough to see who won out in the end.
Griffith ACT
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