King Parrots

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Subject: King Parrots
From: Ann Howarth <>
Date: Sat, 28 Sep 2019 00:07:03 +0000
When we moved into our brand new house in Isaacs 31 years ago the suburb was
'under construction' and it took a while for a variety of birds to move into
the newly planted gardens,  King parrots were the last to appear but their
visits over the years, although increasing now, have only been sporadic.

Ann Howarth

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