Cetacean - and other irrelevant sightings

To: Simon Mustoe <>
Subject: Cetacean - and other irrelevant sightings
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 22:31:40 +1000
Hi Simon

You wrote "I hope that this is of use to some of you out
there and will enable me to keep things like this off
birding-aus once and for all"

NO ! Let's have interesting cetacean - and spider -
sightings.  And the stuff about moth-eating fungi if anyone
wants to tell us. 

Because interesting sightings may well come from interesting
people. And I want to know why so few birds are feeding on
Tree Lucerne this year.  Because of low nectar yields ?  And
how do I measure that ...? And is it because of honey (or
indigenous) bees. 

Michael Norris
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