Commuting Musk Lorikeets, Turramurra

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Subject: Commuting Musk Lorikeets, Turramurra
From: "Tom and Mandy Wilson" <>
Date: Sun, 1 Apr 2007 21:46:26 +1000
Hi all
Musk Lorikeets are again starting to appear travelling west-east (morning) and back "home" again in the evenings. As I was outside on the deck this afternoon at approx 5-5:30pm, I counted at least a fifteen parties commuting homewards, varying from 2 birds to one large group of about 30. I'm not sure if this is an autumn/winter phenomenon (which is when I see it), or just the return to roost is spread out more in the summer and I don't notice it as much.
Tom Wilson ===============================

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