Subject: Lorikeets
From: "Chris Hankel" <>
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2001 10:37:04 +0930
I had the same experience very early this morning as I was walking my dog through a park in Reynella, dozens of Musk Lorikeets and a few Rainbows feeding on some cream Eucalypt blossom. I have also noticed a pair of Purple-Crowned Lorikeets, which regularly turn up in Spring, seem to be nesting in their usual spot - a hollow cross piece on top of the telegraph pole out the front of my place. It's the first time in the 4 years that I've been there, that I've seen them at this time of year.


Chris Hankel
Reynella  SA
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