'Off Track' today: 'A bird with whiskers, a 'flying koala' and terrible

To: CanberraBirds <>
Subject: 'Off Track' today: 'A bird with whiskers, a 'flying koala' and terrible Mr fox'
From: "David McDonald (personal)" <>
Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2017 07:36:15 +0000
Hi, today's edition of my favourite podcast, Radio National/Ann Jones'
Off Track, is a great program on Booderee NP:

It features David Lindenmayer and colleagues, and David comments about
COG and its members. And his dad, Bruce L, a long-term COG member and
subscriber to this list.

Oh, and some fascinating content about changing bird & mammal
distribution there, and how they are changing.

Highly recommended - David

David McDonald
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Wamboin NSW 2620
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