Million Melbourne Musk Lorikeet

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Subject: Million Melbourne Musk Lorikeet
From: "Billinghurst, David (CALCRTS)" <>
Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2005 22:50:17 +1000
> From: Tim Dolby
> If you are looking for a good spot to do some birding in Melbourne,
> there are currently a 100 million (a slight exaggeration, but only
> just) Musk Lorikeet along the Western border of the Ivanhoe
> Golf Club.
> The sound of the birds calling was almost deafening.

They were still at it today.  Also noted common bronzewing and crested
pidgeons, which I don't often see this close to the city, and numerous
pairs of red-rumped parrots checking out holes in trees.


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