Trillers in Bonner

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Subject: Trillers in Bonner
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Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2017 08:02:58 +0000

This afternoon while walking grandkids home from school I encountered three White winged Trillers. They were on the main north /south ridge with two large orange sculptures like dragon's tails.

I call it the Dragon's Back. A lot of Blakeley's Red Gums were planted three years ago and are doing well ( about 3m tall). They provide a wildlife corridor from North Mulligan's Flat. This ridge has had very few species so it is good that there is a glimmer of hope here when so many mature eucs have been toppled.


Bill Graham

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