Galahs and Christmas Bush

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Subject: Galahs and Christmas Bush
From: "alan morris" <>
Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 09:08:19 +1100
Hi Janet,

Once the Christmas Bush goes red, that is a sign that the fruit has formed and the Galahs would be eating the green seeds. What adaptive birds Galahs are, their original habitat of inland Australia prior to settlement, did not include this bush, but then it did not include Gosord Wattle Acaia prominans, or many other plants that you see them feeding on these days on the Central Coast. Same goes for Long-billed Corellas!

Alan Morris

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