Glossy Black-Cockatoo - TCC Nursery

Same rules apply as for the "250 in 2006" Challenge. Seems 250's no pushover locally, especially in a drought! Nevertheless, 250's achievable and will continue to remain our annual target. Report sightings ASAP for everyone's benefit.

And from now on we'll just refer to it as "The Challenge".

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Glossy Black-Cockatoo - TCC Nursery

Postby Neilson Reserve » Fri Feb 09, 2007 9:45 am

Three Glossy Black cockatoos in Casurina glauca mature trees,at rear of the Nursery,Definitely one female and two companions.
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Glossies

Postby Mick Atzeni » Sun Feb 18, 2007 10:39 pm

Good one Richard. This is also new for the 2007 Challenge so have moved it there.

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Glossy Black-Cockatoos back yesterday (Richard Colclough)

Postby Mick Atzeni » Wed Feb 28, 2007 10:33 pm

Email from yesterday ... Sorry I wasn't able to spread the word in time. :cry:

Hi Mick, Glossy Black Cockatoos are back this morning if anyone is interested, come to the Nursery front gate via Ramsay St {ph 46886654]
Richard

Richard Colclough
Nursery Co-ordinator
Toowoomba City Council


It's very handy to know which trees they feed in as they tend to be loyal to the same tree, despite the fact there may be plenty of other suitable casuarinas present.
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