Cockatiels in the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula

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Subject: Cockatiels in the Southern Fleurieu Peninsula
From: "Dean Cutten" <>
Date: Sat, 5 Nov 2011 18:16:56 -0500


While doing a regular survey this morning along the Inman River adjacent to
our property I observed 5 Cockatiels perched in a dead gum tree. It's the
first time I have seen them this far south. The way they took off and flew
I would consider them not escapees. I did see a report recently that a
number of them have been seen near Roseworthy (just north of Adelaide).


I am still seeing and hearing a number of Horsfields Bronze-Cuckoos around
our area.


BTW the B-B Rail which we had around the house since July 16 was last seen
on Oct. 15. I didn't expect it to stay that long.



Dean Cutten


Victor Harbor, SA





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