Background: We've had a Brush-turkey mound in our SE QLD
just after Christmas last year - very late in the season, but
Spring was very hot
and dry. The usual mass movements of leaf litter etc. occurred,
but you get
that living on the fringe.
In the last week of so, there has been renewed activity at the
but not the original male, who may have become a road statistic.
We think the new "alpha male" (big wattle) muscled in after a
had done the hard slog.
A neighbour had a tarp. slung over our shared fence for several
we assumed to let it dry out.
This afternoon the tarp had been used to cover the mound, and was
pegged down with concrete blocks. Does covering an active mound
constitute "harm" to a protected species? (e.g. "Nature
I don't want to start a fight with a neighbour, but they've
the line here.
Paul Taylor Veni, vidi, tici -
m("ozemail.com.au","birder");"> I came, I saw, I ticked.
<BR> Birding-Aus mailing list
<BR> To change settings or unsubscribe visit: