Yathong NR visit in western NSW

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Subject: Yathong NR visit in western NSW
From: "alan morris" <>
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2007 16:50:58 +1100

Yathong NR is a grerat place and it sounds like you had a good time and saw some great birds.

How certain are you that you saw a Blue-winged Parrot? Blue-winged Parrots breed in Tasmania and the south-east coast of Victoria & the far southern tip of NSW at this time of the year and migrate inland to western NSW and SW Queensland in March-April, returning Sep-Oct. They ought not to be at Yathong at this time of the year although anything is possible with birds. Turquoise Parrots have occasionally been seen that far out. Any thoughts?

Alan Morris
NSW Annual Bird Report.

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