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|From:||Julie Clark <>|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Apr 2020 04:38:40 +0000|
I haven't seen any mention of Glossy Blacks on the chatline so thought I would mention it.
Three Glossy Black-Cockatoos were reported on Facebook (Canberra Birders). Apparently they were first sighted on Friday ... thanks to those who reported them and thanks to Joh D for letting me know.
They were at the foot of Jerrabomberra Hill ... The Scar on Southbar Rd ...
There was an adult male and female and a younger begging female feeding in a scruffy looking she-oak.
Photos on Flickr for anyone interested.
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