Photographing our fellow mammals

To: Geoffrey Dabb <>
Subject: Photographing our fellow mammals
From: Martin Butterfield <>
Date: Fri, 2 Feb 2018 05:23:30 +0000
Ha, to the large group of fruit bats at Regatta Point.  

We are at Mallacoota where the colony is this year estimated at 30-40,000.  Certainly way bigger than we have ever seen it (but we have been told it has been that big in the past).


On 2 February 2018 at 11:50, Geoffrey Dabb <> wrote:

The dramatically  large concentration of flying foxes at Commonwealth Park has even casual passers-by snapping away with their phones.  As they fly slowly and relatively low the FFs are quite easy to photograph in flight.  More of a challenge is picking out a female carrying young.  Examples below.




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