x2: exotica @ coast + OTFs in Garran

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Subject: x2: exotica @ coast + OTFs in Garran
From: "Suzanne Edgar" <>
Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2012 13:23:25 +1100

Last week I was loitering in a small copse behind crowded Pambula beach and standing stock still when a pilot bird emerged and gleaned its way diligently in a semicircle around me about a yard away; astonishing; since I’ve only seen them by careful hunting deep in Monga n pk or other sequestered spots until now; but was surprised to discover that I /we were both `on range’;


OTFs being other flying things, I am sad to report that fruit bats have arrived in my suburb; ate all the nectarines while we were away; were observed by a neighbour.


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