White Birds

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Subject: White Birds
From: "Birding Services Brisbane" <>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 12:28:10 +1000
Hi Anita
Your request to identify your four white birds has filtered through the system.  On the Gold Coast there are really only two possibilities.  One is Little Corella which basically looks like a white Galah and is of the same genus as the Galah.  I don't think that it has a particularly owl-like face however.  The other possibility is Black-shouldered Kite, a bird of prey.  This bird should show black shoulders when perched and black wing tips when flying.  This species is normally seen near open grassy areas.
Hope that this is of assistance.  If you need further help please don't be afraid ask.
Roy Sonnenburg
Birding Services Brisbane
Ph 07 32566952    Fax  07 32567692
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