|Subject:||Cockatoos dropping rocks|
|From:||Matthew Willis <>|
|Date:||Thu, 10 May 2018 11:14:52 +0000|
A strange question...
A friend of mine is moving into a new apartment in Gungahlin with a big balcony. The building design means it extends much further than those above.
She came home the other day to find a smashed tile and a shattered rock nearby. She assumed it was dropped (accidentally or not) from one of the balconies above and asked the strata manager to investigate. Their reply read in part:
"I have spoken to our facilities manager and he has said that it is surprisingly common for cockatoos to fly and drop rocks and that this has been the case with a few other complexes across Canberra".
Has anyone come across such behaviour among Canberran cockatoos?
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