Ground parrots ... Wilsons Prom

Subject: Ground parrots ... Wilsons Prom
From: Brian Everingham <>
Date: Mon, 07 Sep 1998 19:30:03 +1100
Last January, 19th, at about 12.30pm, just past the St Kilda Junction en
route to the Five Mile Beach, my wife and I spotted two Ground parrot on
the up hill side of the fire trail in healthy heath. It was a cool day
with close cloud cover. The day was most memorable for the large number
of Tellow Tail Black Cockatoo, the grey currawaongs and a brush
bronzewing at Chinaman Creek. Down on Five Mile Beach there was also a
wonderful Australian Hobby and a beach cast Little penguin as well as
live Sooty Oystercatchers. Incidentally, the camp at Miranda Creek is a
most relaxing spot.
Brian Everingham
PO Box 269
Engadine NSW 2233

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