To: "Paul Walbridge" <>
Subject: Moths.
From: "Peter A. Ekert" <>
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 15:38:11 +1000
Hi Paul and Birding-Aussers
Apparently the lights of the main stadium were turned off last night (Saturday) earlier than usual to try and rid the site of the moths.
Not sure about the track and field, but I would imagine some the birds of the site, particularly some of the raptor species (diurnal and nocturnal) may be having their own carnival!
Peter A. Ekert
Manager - Homebush Bay Bird Monitoring Project (Sydney 2000 Olympics)
Co-ordinator - Monitoring Rufous Scrub-birds in Central Rainforest Reserves in NSW
                    - Glossy Black Cockatoo Baseline Study
Birds Australia
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