Trip Report: Chiltern - Australia's best winterforests?

To: "David Clark" <>, "Tim Dolby" <>, "birding-aus" <>
Subject: Trip Report: Chiltern - Australia's best winterforests?
From: "Greg and Val Clancy" <>
Date: Sat, 27 Jul 2013 08:01:07 +1000
Hi David,

Did your Wombat look bald? Wombats very rarely feed during the day but some get mange and lose their fur and go blind. When this occurs they often wander about during the day.



Dr Greg. P. Clancy
Ecologist and Birding-wildlife Guide
| PO Box 63 Coutts Crossing NSW 2460
| 02 6649 3153  | 0429 601 960

-----Original Message----- From: David Clark
Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 7:44 PM
To: Tim Dolby ; birding-aus
Subject: Trip Report: Chiltern - Australia's best winterforests?

Thanks Tim, that's inspired me to make another trip to northeastern

I was working in the area about this time last year and saw a Common Wombat
grazing in broad daylight at the foot of Skeleton Hill.  The landowner told
me that they occasionally get wombats around their house (on the south side
of Doma Munji Creek).

One of my colleagues had recently emigrated from Portugal and it was his
first wombat.




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