The last (?) word on raptors & canetoads

Subject: The last (?) word on raptors & canetoads
From: (Alex Appleman)
Date: Tue, 24 Jun 1997 08:03:47 +1000
One of the correspondents mentioned that cane toads are noctural and black 
kites diurnal, if early risers.  In north Queensland I found cane toads to be 
crepuscular as well as noctural; and after a heavy storm towards the end of the 
dry season they were out frolicking in the puddles well into late morning.

The canetoads young are frequently seen in daylight along the banks of the Ross 
River and near Ross Dam after rain events.  And in Townsville rain IS an event.

I'll be back up there in a few weeks, so Andy Anderson, anything about around 

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