Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos

Subject: Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos
From: Daryl King <>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2014 12:09:26 +1000
Up to 18 YTBCs can be found reliably in the Ginninderra Creek corridor, particularly in areas with fruiting casuarinas (map attached).  Over the past week they have been using the section between Companion Cres and Copland Dr - including some comical mass wind-surfing displays in the gusty westerlies.

On 12/07/2014 11:16 AM, Maurits Zwankhuizen wrote:
About 9 Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos were tree-hopping along Fairbairn Avenue opposite Duntroon between 10 and 11am this morning.  Also a large congregation of about a dozen White-faced Herons on one of the sports ovals.
Maurits Zwankhuizen

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