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Friday during my 2 hour maximum time outside, I went through the Botanic Gardens. Greeted by large amounts of squawking and and pine cones falling all about the place. A flock of yellow tailed balk cockatoos had come in for lunch. They hide within the branches getting at the choicest cones.

 

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