Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoos

Subject: Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoos
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Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 10:09:43 +0950
Hi there birders,

While putting out the rubbish bin this morning I added a new
species to our home list. Two Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoos
flew slowly overhead, uttering their distinctive call and
heading east.

This is about 60km east of where they are regularly seen in
the Adelaide Hills. I have also seen them at Miningie some
80 km south and at Coonalpyn some 90km south east.

Yesterday I also heard a Rufous Songlark for the first time
this spring.

Happy Birding,

Trevor Hampel
Murray Bridge
South Australia

Trevor Hampel

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