More insects at Campbell Park today

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Subject: More insects at Campbell Park today
From: Geoffrey Dabb <>
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2016 01:36:33 +0000

The beginner observer might try to identify the bird species.  The more experienced naturalist will find the insect species more of a challenge.


The point of this offering is that conditions in some local woodlands are now extremely lush with abundant insect life, particularly of cicada species.  Busy parents need to move only a few metres to find food for begging young.  Perhaps these conditions will see a recovery in numbers of woodland birds.





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