frogs...and flying foxes

To: Victoria E Quinton <>
Subject: frogs...and flying foxes
Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 08:45:37 +1100
Victoria wrote:
> Michael Norris and others have you been involved in the frog census?
We have but it was rather rushed as we didn't hear about it
until 9th November.  Found a Peron's Tree Frog (extension of
range???) in Sandringham and the experts reckon from our
recordings we may have Whistling Tree Frogs as well. 

Other good news: the new federal Environment Minister, 
David Kemp, has listed the Grey-headed Flying Fox as
endangered.  He's also, I hear, given us a grant to do a
mammal survey of our foreshore !

Michael Norris
Bayside Friends of Native Wildlife
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