Corellas in Sydney+Tropicbird

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Subject: Corellas in Sydney+Tropicbird
From: " Chris Lloyd" <>
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 15:14:22 +1300
Large flocks of Corellas are a common sight in Sydney and WIRES had done 
frequent captures of injured or ill birds. A large flock (30+) has done the 
rounds north of Arncliffe for the last two years and there is a resident group 
of up to 100+ around Blakehurst/Dolls Point which includes a number of 

A Red-tailed Tropicbird (Phaethon rebricauda) has just turned up on a 
Trans-Tasman vessel and is on it way to Taronga for assessment.
Chris Lloyd
Training Officer
PO Box 260
Forestville NSW 2087

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