Yellow tailed black cockatoos

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Subject: Yellow tailed black cockatoos
From: "Darryl McKay" <>
Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2006 23:32:23 +1000
Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos are quite common in Bankstown with most sightings from the Georges River around Revesby and Padstow Heights areas. They are regular visitors to Silvan Grove and adjoining Georges River National Park where there are good stands of Banksia. I have often observed them flying from the river heading north to Rookwood Cemetery where they feed in pine trees.

Darryl McKay


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