|From:||Alan Cowan <>|
|Date:||Wed, 13 May 2020 06:03:37 +0000|
Has anyone else seen this escapee?
Location corner of Hopetoun Dr and Alexandrina Dr Yarralumla. I have seen it for two days. It calls loudly and continuously in flight with a simple repeated high-pitch "distressed" call. It flies very fast and moves restlessly from tree to tree. In general jizz it is a smallish parrot, perhaps a cockatiel, but the wings appear all-white while the back is grey or light brown. The tail was not noticeably long. I assume it is an escapee.
I did not have binoculars on me.
Any other observations?
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