Swift parrots

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Subject: Swift parrots
From: David Adams <>
Date: Sat, 19 Mar 2016 02:41:25 +0000
If you're able to hear them, the calls of the Swift Parrot are distinctive.
Since they're rare and transitory birds, the best bet is to learn your more
usual parrots and lorikeet calls really well so that the odd calls stand
out. They really sound a whole lot different to the others so the task
isn't as daunting as it might seem. (I'm mediocre at birding a lot of the
time, but the Swift Parrots and various common lorikeets aren't that hard
when you're up close.)
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