sacly-breasted lorikeets

To: "D Morton" <>, <>
Subject: sacly-breasted lorikeets
From: "McGowan, John" <>
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 20:23:46 +1100
I was in Mildura NW Victoria over the last weekend and think I saw 2 scaly 
breasted lorikeets, but I wasn't sure they were usually found around these 

John  Mc


From:  on behalf of D Morton
Sent: Sun 12/02/2006 1:10 PM
Subject: sacly-breasted lorikeets

Melton Victoria
Saturday 11th Feb, 3 scaly-breasted lorikeets in a tree in my front yard in 
Melton Victoria, these birds were accompanied by a pair of rainbvow lorikeets. 
I haven'y seen the scaly-breasted birds before and in the books I have they 
seem to be a fair way from their usual haunts.
Denis Morton

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