A mixed Bag of rosellas.

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Subject: A mixed Bag of rosellas.
From: "Warren Thompson" <>
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 15:35:34 +1100
Feeding  in a loose group on the footpath in Pike Street Stanthorpe Qld.
10.30 am 19th Feb. Two Crimson Rosella, two adult and two immature Eastern
Rosella and two Pale Head Rosella. When disturbed the Easterns flew as a
group into a nearby tree and the Pale Heads and Crimson flew off as pairs in
different directions.  They appeared to tolerate each other while they were
feeding on seeding grasses as no "Punch Ups" occurred. This is the first
time I have seen Eastern Rosella in Stanthorpe township. I have previously
seen Pale Heads and Crimson Rosella along Quart Pot Creek and what appeared
to be a Crimson/Pale Head Hybrid paired with a Pale Head  adjacent to
Carnarvon Bridge.

Warren Thompson  


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