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Old Wednesday 28th November 2007, 00:34   #1
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Hi from Kilcowera Station

Hi to everybody. I saw about 20 Bourke's parrots on my morning walk today. I got a really good look at them, some were in the mulga trees and others were feeding on the ground in a damp swampy area at Kilcowera Station in Queensland. Beautiful!!! Also have a family of red winged parrots visiting the garden regularly. cheers calenso
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Hello calenso,
And another welcome to the Birdforum. Hope you enjoy it here. Sounds like some interesting birds in your area.
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