New birds for my home list

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Subject: New birds for my home list
From: "Tony Russell" <>
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2001 15:17:28 +1030
Hi all, I've lived here in the NE suburbs of Adelaide since 1966 and have
just recently recorded two new species for my home list. The first is Brown
Goshawk (chased by a large group of Noisy Miners and Magpie-larks) and the
second, more significant species is Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo, four of
them flying over my place two days ago.  Sure, Yellow-tails are well
documented through much of the Adelaide hills and down into SE suburbs like
the Waite Institute grounds (lots of big pine trees there), but this is the
first time I've seen them in my area, probably heading for the pines around
Thorndon Park reservoir.


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