Eastern Rosellas in Holt too

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Subject: Eastern Rosellas in Holt too
From: "John Layton" <>
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2014 12:04:19 +1000
Sara Henderson wrote:

quite large numbers of Eastern rosellas in some of the groups I'm seeing
lately. This morning, as I was out in the front yard for a couple of minutes
chatting to person replacing my severely injured rubbish bin, a flock of 24
flew into the deciduous trees either side of me. I've not noticed them
hanging around in such big groups before...    managed to get one very poor
photo of a tree with 13 of the birds in it after a quick dash inside for the

sandra h


During the past two weeks hardly a day goes by when we don't see Eastern
Rosellas in or from our yard. Usually numbers range from three or four to 10
or more. Often they will bejewel the Hills hoist for several minutes
(probably checking for Pussums F. Katz) before descending to feed.



John K. Layton



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