Re: garden bird favourites

To: <>, "John Leonard" <>
Subject: Re: garden bird favourites
From: "Trevor Hampel" <>
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 1998 21:31:28 +1030
John Leonard wrote:

> Anyway the point of this posting is to ask a question, we have six
> of parrot we see regularly in the yard (Galah, Gang-gang, King, Crimson
> Rosella, Eastern Rosella and Sulphur-crested Cockie) (once or twoice we
> had Red-rumped Parrots flyign over). Is there anywhere else in the world
> (outside Australia/PNG) where it is possible to see this many parrot
> in a suburban backyard?

On our five acre block on the outskirts of Murray Bridge (SA) I have
observed nine different parrot species over the years:

        Galah, Little Corella, Rainbow, Purple-Crowned and Musk Lorikeets,
Adelaide Rosella, Mallee Ringneck, Red-Rumped Parrot and Budgerigar (once

Trevor Hampel
Murray Bridge SA

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