|Subject:||Rock Parrots and Purple-gaped Honeyeaters|
|From:||Ian May <>|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Apr 2001 21:25:39 +0930|
Rock Parrots, a regular highlight of South Australia's lower Yorke Peninsula have recently taken up residence within the township of Marion bay where scattered flocks totalling more than 200 can be found early in the morning and also later in the afternoon, feeding over vacant allotments within the Penguin Point coastal subdivision, particularly along Waratah Avenue.
Also Purple-gaped Honeyeaters are common and very active within Innes National Park, particularly throughout the mature coastal mallee Eucalyptus diversifolia along the SWER line west of Stenhouse Bay.
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