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|Subject:||Callum Brae wednesday walk|
|From:||sandra henderson <>|
|Date:||Tue, 14 Dec 2010 11:58:44 +1100|
If you have sock protectors or gaiters, you'll probably be very pleased to have them on for the walk at Callum Brae - some of the grass seeds are quite vicious, and the "tracks" are very overgrown in places, so the long grass is impossible to avoid. Going cross-country off the tracks is almost impossible because of height and thickness of grass, and huge expanses of tall saffron thistles - VERY spiky.
a trial of possible route this morning produced over 40 species in under 3 hours - very wet underfoot in places (ie, water running down the track), and no trouble from the goshawk I saw, which sat sedately in a tree, no alarm call, then flew back on up the hill from whence an attack came only last week.
as previously advised by Martin - meet at Callum Brae gate on Narrabundah Lane at 9am
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