Swift Parrots..

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Subject: Swift Parrots..
From: Michael Ramsey <>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 14:02:58 +1000
Hi all,

I had my first sighting of Swift Parrots for this season today, though not 
where I was expecting.

Over the last couple of weeks I had been scanning my local Boweya and 
Killawarra Forests. However they are still very dry and hardly anything is 
flowering and I have seen none.

This morning I was at Kyffins Reserve which is on the north edge of Lake 
Mulwala in southern NSW. To my surprise I heard the Swifties distinctive call 
in some lightly flowering Yellow Box. After some searching I found three.

Kyffins reserve is mainly remnant Grey Box/Yellow Box woodland which is grazed. 
Camping is also allowed along the lake shore.

Anyway still good to see Swifties, where ever they may turn up.

Michael Ramsey, Wilby, 3728.
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