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Old Jun 5, 2007, 11:56 PM   #1
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The drought is driving wildlife into the city, I sometimes have 2 or 3 Sulphur Crested Cockatoos visit for a feed, but last weekend 21 turned up.
Here are a few I snapped.
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Sulpher Crested Cockatoos
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Old Jun 6, 2007, 6:46 AM   #3
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Very interesting subject matter (at least to me)! I am accustomed to seeing Cockatoos either ina pet store or the zoo. It is fascinating to see them in their semi-natural sorroundings (i.e the city)! Are they domesticated as pets in Australia as well? Nice pictures!

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You have the most interesting birds native to your area - these are neat pictures.

Sorry to hear about your draught problems - hope you don't have fire trouble because of it.
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