Easter camp-out (final)

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Subject: Easter camp-out (final)
From: "Geoffrey Dabb" <>
Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2010 07:15:52 +1000

Country cemeteries can be reasonably good places for birds.  Their character varies from the neat to the scattered, from the well-tended to the derelict, from the well-watered to the utterly desiccated.   The one at Boorowa (now evidently ‘full’, because a newer site nearby is in operation) is worth a visit.  It is definitely in the country, and lies on a shallow ridge overlooking the town, sprawling on one side down a lateral slope.  Its population must far exceed that of the current Boorowa.  Under the lowering sky of rainy Tuesday it was peaceful and impressive.  As you can see, there were also a few birds.


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