Query from Weston Scout Group

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Subject: Query from Weston Scout Group
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Fri, 18 Feb 2011 09:43:17 +1100
Hi Tony. I'm in the process of getting them identified now; I'd not been to Jerra for some time until recently, so haven't seen the flowers, but I don't like the look of them at all. I'll keep you informed. In general lilies aren't of much interest to birds (in Australia at least) and yellow is an 'insect colour' rather than a bird attractor.



On 17/02/2011 21:16, Tony Lawson wrote:
Weston Scouts are going on a canoe trip by Jerrabomberra Wetlands in March.


They would like to know whether the yellow lilies that have been blooming at Jerrabombera Wetlands are native,

whether the birds love them and whether this is a particularly good year for them. 


Is anyone on the chatline able to respond?





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