YTBCs at the Pinnacle

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Subject: YTBCs at the Pinnacle
From: John Brannan <>
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2014 11:33:34 +1000
A flock of about 12 Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos were feeding in acacias near 
the big water tanks at the Weetangera end of the Pinnacle NR this morning. They 
seemed to be tearing into the branches themselves, perhaps after burrowing 
Also seen during a 1-hour stroll: a Grey Currawong, several (at least 5) pairs 
of Scarlet Robins and three species of honeyeater (Fuscous, White-eared and 
Yellow-faced) feeding in the same flowering Red Stringybark.
John Brannan 
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