Swift Parrots in South-east Melbourne

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Subject: Swift Parrots in South-east Melbourne
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 10:38:37 +1100
At least 6 swift parrots seen at 7am today (Tuesday). Schodde
and Tidemann say much of the migratory movement is at night but
perhaps they'll hop on to the northerlies just coming through.

"Their" eucalypts (I'm trying to i/d the species) are in front
of the Fildes factory in George St, Sandringham, second factory
from Tulip St (Melway p77 B12). 

I'd be interested to know if anyone has looked for them as
result of my postings. 

Michael Norris

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