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|Subject:||Out of Area - Glossy Black-Cockatoos|
|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Thu, 19 Oct 2017 22:34:54 +0000|
A very big 'THANK YOU' to Steve Wallace and Sue Lashko for telling me where I could find Glossy Black-Cockatoos down the coast. They were spot on with their information and Len and I spent about 30 minutes watching what I think was a family group ... male, female & a younger bird, feeding in the Casuarinas.
They were seen at South Pacific Heathland Reserve at Ulladulla. This was a new bird for Len and I so we were thrilled to see them and be able to watch them for an extended period of time.
Some photos of the male and immature bird (please correct me if I'm wrong) are on Flickr. The female was well hidden most of the time (will try to edit one of her photos later).
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