Swift Parrot

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Subject: Swift Parrot
From: "Gregory Little" <>
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 19:59:02 +1000
Gooday birders
For the records. Was at Galgabra Point, South Swansea, NSW, just south
of Newcastle, today with a friend and we saw about 20 Swift Parrots
flying and feeding in a eucalypt tree. The friend had five in view of
binoculars at once. They were not feeding in a Swamp Mahogany. Not sure
what they were feeding on.
Greg Little
Greg Little - Principal Consultant
General Flora and Fauna
PO Box 526
Wallsend, NSW, 2287, Australia
Ph    02 49 556609
Fx    02 49 556671

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