long billed corella fledgling

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Subject: long billed corella fledgling
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2014 13:19:57 +1000
This morning, at Campbell Park I saw 2 long billed corella fledglings fly out 
of the nest at Campbell Park. They flew up into the same tree and then to the 
ground, behind the dam wall.  Mum stayed on the nest.  Perhaps there is another 
chick.  Also, she had 3 visitors, a crimson and an eastern rosella.  She took 
not notice of them.  But she shooed off a sulphur crested cockatoo.  Those 
cockatoos have been eyeing that nesting site for some time.  Red rumped parrots 
were also in the vicinity

Any photos of lb corella chicks?

I also saw a pair of grey currawongs and a a pair of tawny frogmouths.  They 
have been there for some time

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