Swamp Mahoganies in the Wollongong Area

To: "bruce Cox" <>
Subject: Swamp Mahoganies in the Wollongong Area
From: "Andy & Shirley Krajewski" <>
Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 20:14:58 +0930
The Forktailed Drongo in Southern Africa feeds on the aloe nectar. In the
dry winter areas, the aloe flowers are often the only colour in the dry bush
and bird identifiaction gets tricky: - everything gets a yellow/orange
blush on their faces from the aloe pollen. The vervet monkeys also go around
sporting blusher on their cheeks.
Happy birding
Shirley Krajewski
South Australia

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