Yellow-tailed black cockatoos at Stromlo

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Subject: Yellow-tailed black cockatoos at Stromlo
From: Meke Kamps <>
Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2023 06:02:08 +0000
I just walked through the biggest mob of yellow-tailed black cockatoos I’ve 
ever seen (or heard) in Stromlo. The most I’ve seen before was 44 flying over 
Tuggeranong park way and these were easily more than that. I estimated around 
65, but could be more. They are getting stuck into the pine cones, but also 
congregating in fairly large numbers on the ground. 

I always think they sound like what I imagine pterodactyls might have sounded 
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