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FEATURE


At present a genetic study is being under taken under the title “Genetic Structure and Variability of the Scarlet Macaw populations in Costa Rica”. A paper will be published on the results of the study later this year and this will be accessible to interested members


tinning has proved to be a deterrent to Goannas (large Lizards), Cats, Opossums, etc: and I am happy with it all. Peter Davidson has retired from


Tandau Farm, he went to a great deal of effort prior to leaving to ensure that John’s tree was well cared for. It is not easy for me to visit the area at nesting time as I am very busy checking my


trees. I have sent A$500 to Peter to arrange for the water hole near John’s tree to be regularly serviced, I am sure it will be. However, every time I am in that region I will service it myself. I am not sure exactly how many young Major Mitchell’s cockatoos John’s pair has produced since we first tinned the tree in 2002 but it must be around thirty.


BIRD SCENE 9


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