Flowering Swamp Mahogany

Subject: Flowering Swamp Mahogany
From: (Penny Drake-Brockman)
Date: Mon, 1 Jun 1998 10:04:32 +1000

Had a too quick look at the flowering swamp mahogany at the southern end of
Dee Why Lagoon Saturday afternoon 4 pm. Lots of Red Wattle birds, Rainbow
Lorikeets and Musk Lorikeets - has anyone had a good look for Swifties or
Regents? The trees are just in flower and should last a week or so.

Penny Drake-Brockman
Centre for English Teaching
University of Sydney
Mallett Street Campus
NSW 2006
Tel: 61 2 9351 0704
Fax: 61 2 9351 0709

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