Flowering gums at Hackett tank

To: Kathy and John <>
Subject: Flowering gums at Hackett tank
From: Ash Allnutt <>
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2019 01:32:07 +0000
Yesterday as I was riding past Hackett oval I heard a Swift Parrot so its likely there may be a few hanging around there.


On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 9:41 AM <> wrote:

There are quite a few flowering gums at the water tank in Mt Majura reserve at the back of Hackett. Lots of Rainbow Lorikeets, miners and Currawongs in there this morning. We didn’t have binos with us (!!), but if anyone has time it would be worth checking out more thoroughly for other lorikeets or parrots. Tank is opposite the entrance near Rivett and French St.




Kathy Walter & John Goldie



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