Subject: Parrot
From: David Siems <>
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2000 20:46:54 +1100
 Hi Netters,
            While taking Frank O'Connor birding in Sydney at the Royal
National Park, we were in the Wattle Flat walk, about 30 metres from the
start of the track from the picnic area. A parrot flew into a dead tree
about 10 metres above the ground and then dropped down into the undergrowth.
            From the fleeting look it appeared to be a Blue-winged Parrot,
it had a slight orange tinge on the belly. It had no leg bands. After
searching the area it was not seen again.
All the Best
David Siems
Sydney, Australia
Phone: +61 (0)2 9759 1891

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