Corellas in inner Sydney

To: Eric Finley <>
Subject: Corellas in inner Sydney
From: Andrew Taylor <>
Date: Mon, 19 Feb 2007 11:05:41 +1100
For at least 3 years there has been a pronounced summer movement
of corellas into the Newtown/Glebe/Balmain area.  I've assumed they've
learnt about a seasonal food resource - perhaps Celtis trees - and this
brings them from the eastern suburbs or elsewhere.  They are conspicuous
enough to non-birders that there was Sydney Morning Herald piece in
March 2005.  There are at least a few Long-bills among them.


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