Hall Woodland - Horse Paddocks.

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Subject: Hall Woodland - Horse Paddocks.
From: Rosemary Blemings <>
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2021 07:46:34 +0000
On Wednesday 6th October a Pallid Cuckoo was sighted and heard as it moved 
north through the NW edge of the wooded paddock. Approximately 12.30.

Today, Friday 8th October at 16.25 we came across at least 3 Gang Gang 
Cockatoos moving through the Sclerophyll woodland parallel to the western end 
of Hoskins Street,Hall.
They were very relaxed, calling and seemed to be visiting trees as they moved 
through at a distance. There are many hollows in the eucalypts but also no 
shortage of Rosellas and over-flying SC cockatoos.

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