Budgies in South West WA

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Subject: Budgies in South West WA
From: Steven Castan <>
Date: Wed, 6 Jan 2016 06:35:18 +0000
Thanks for all the responses - much appreciated
I'll keep an eye out and check if I can as to whether they are PCLs or RPs as 

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> On 6 Jan 2016, at 2:33 PM, Frank O'Connor <> wrote:
> The most likely alternative are Purple-crowned Lorikeets that fly as
> a close flock. Budgerigars are irregular visitors to the SW. We had
> one on the Twitchathon in December 2013. That year there were quite a
> few down to the Great Eastern Highway and further south, but still
> well east of Perth. When they do visit the south west, they are
> usually reported in many places, as happened that year. In 2015 there
> were very few reports south of Cue. We had one on the campout at
> Charles Darwin Reserve (NE of Wubin which is well NE of Perth) in early June.
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