To: "Mark Clayton" <>, <>
Subject: RFI
From: "Ann Howarth" <>
Date: Sun, 19 Apr 2015 20:57:33 +1000
Dear Mark,
The only place I have seen the yellow rosella is on the riverbank of the Murrumbidgee River at Carathool.  Being about a 6 hour drive (with the occasional rest stop, it is by no stretch of the imagination close to Canberra.  Whenever we drive to SA we always turn in and stop just over the bridge in order to try to see them but this can never be guaranteed.

Good morning all,


I am after information to see where people have seen, ?close? to Canberra, the yellow race of the Crimson Rosella. I have (not personally) a record that is quite close and was wondering where else people have seen the ?Yellow? Rosella. The information will be used in a small paper and will be duly acknowledged.


Many thanks in advance.


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