RE:Musk Lorikeets in Brisbane

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Subject: RE:Musk Lorikeets in Brisbane
From: Carol Probets <>
Date: Fri, 4 Jun 2010 16:06:07 +1000
Hi all,

On the flip side, there is a noticeable absence of Little and Musk Lorkeets in the Capertee Valley (NSW just west of the Mountains) at the moment, where normally Little Lorikeets are reasonably common and Musk a bit less so. There has been no significant flowering in the valley for the last few months, but earlier rains have resulted in a flush of seeding grasses and good numbers of finches, including Plum-heads. Hopefully those same rains will mean a good flowering of eucalypts next year.



At 9:43 AM +1000 4/6/10, Keith Brandwood wrote:
Gaday listers, just to confirm Nathans observations there certainly appear to be many more Musk Lorikeets and Little Lorikeets in the County of Cumberland over the past few months.
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