Princess Parrots? Any observations I may have missed?

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Subject: Princess Parrots? Any observations I may have missed?
From: "Donald G. Kimball" <>
Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2013 17:53:08 -0700
Okay before I get into my question I simply wanted to say as a Canadian guy
who used birding-aus exclusively to literally help me track down and film
all of Australia's Parrots (well no night parrot ... grin..) how valuable
this site is.  Imagine you invest thousands of dollars in a dream of a
lifetime trip but are only about 50 percent successful in finding what you
came to OZ for.  That would have been me or perhaps even a lower percentile
without birding-aus.  I am not exaggerating when I state profoundly that
birding-aus and many wonderful Aussie posters here WAS THE TOOL that led me
to the parrot species I needed to film. I so wish I could meet each one of
you and thank you like you deserve.

Okay now to my question...  What is the story on Princess these days?  Last
I had heard they were being found in a variety of places.  I was hoping
someone might tell me about this spring/summer in Aus or what kind of
recent sightings are out there.  Any breeding activity?  etc.

Thanks so much!  and one big Thanks to Russell for all he does!

Don Kimball

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