Wildlifing Update: Red-browed Treecreeper, Eastern Pygmy-possum

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Subject: Wildlifing Update: Red-browed Treecreeper, Eastern Pygmy-possum
From: Michael Todd <>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2005 20:31:45 +1000
Hello all,

I've just completed an update of my website ( There is now a new gallery of Treecreeper photographs consisting mostly of Red-browed Treecreeper and White-throated Treecreeper photos.

A couple of days ago I was part of a mammal-trapping survey for National Parks and Wildlife Service at Munmorah SCA, NE of Lake Munmorah just to the south of Lake Macquarie in central NSW. Among the more commonly trapped mammals we captured a very cute Eastern Pygmy-possum, a very rarely seen inhabitant of the coastal forests. I've put photos of Cercartetus nanus on the website as well.



Michael Todd Wildlifing Images & Sounds of Nature
Latest Additions: Treecreepers (Red-browed and White-throated), Eastern 
Toronto, NSW, Australia 04101 23715

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