Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos

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Subject: Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos
From: Daryl King <>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2016 08:59:37 +0000

At 09:27 this morning I saw about 40 YTBC in euc/casuarina/acacia
woodland along Ginninderra Creek (western end of Umbagong section)  -
about 3.25km south of West Belconnen Pond (as the YTBC flies).


On 11/08/2016 6:28 PM, Michael Lenz wrote:
> Over the last 10 days Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos have visited every
> pine tree in North Lyneham, and the Lyneham Ridge served as a roost
> site for some days. The highest number I have recorded departing the
> roost was 182 on 4th August, Numbers have declined since, with 64 on
> 6th August and just 11 birds on the 10th.
> This morning at the West Belconnen Pond in Dunlop a total of 48
> Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos arrived from the West and headed towards
> a stand of pines.
> Michael Lenz

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