Heads-up Victorians: Turquiose Parrots

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Subject: Heads-up Victorians: Turquiose Parrots
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2007 19:22:10 +1100
Hi All,

There has been two recent reports of Turquoise Parrots in Southern 
Victoria over the last week. 
The first was reported on the Geelong Field Naturalists site of a single 
Male on the 30th Jan in the Brisbane Ranges. 

The second reported today at Werribee Zoo by Dave Torr on Birdline 

These two locations are only 100km apart. Could this be an influx from 
drought effected/bushfire affected populations of Northern Vic and NSW? 

Or are these just two coinciding escapee's???

Worth keeping an eye out...especially around the Brisbane Ranges.


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