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|Subject:||Superb Parrots on federal Golf Course|
|From:||"calyptorhynchus ." <>|
|Date:||Sat, 3 Mar 2018 00:42:14 +0000|
Marnix reported these over a month ago, I didn't find them at the time, but this morning in the north-east corner (along the path that skirts the course and runs up to the access road) I saw a female. She flew off and I saw her again over the most north-easterly green and I heard others calling from there and from across the path in the nature reserve. They were in the trees, not on the ground. There is also a lot of parrot activity about (mainly Kingies) so difficult to pick them and I could stop long.
I have seen them a few times flying over (or through) Hughes, but I've never been aware of feeding flocks till now.
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