YTBC on the Yarra

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Subject: YTBC on the Yarra
From: "Bill Stent" <>
Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2003 10:17:03 +1000
In case anyone is interested, there were two separate flocks of yellow
tailed black cockatoos along the lower Yarra this morning.

One group of about 27 was at the Kew Billabong - very confiding too, I was
standing at the base of their tree surrounded by several of them at about
ten feet distance.  Quite large birds up close: I don't think I'd like to
have one perching on my hand, judging by what they were doing to the bark of
their wattle!

Then I ran into another group of five between Dights falls and the Johnston
st bridge.

Still no kingfishers, though, and no more gang gangs.


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