bogong moths

To: Birds Canberra <>
Subject: bogong moths
From: Elizabeth Compston <>
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2018 02:43:35 +0000
It is still worth someone going and having a look.  I can't at the moment give 
you the years when our bush walking club went to Ginini and Gingera.  It was 
the years when the moths caused problems in the lights at Parliament house, and 
other places.  There would still be lots of moths at Gingera.  I take in that 
we have had a dry year and so this would have affected the flowers, but there 
was a drought for many years in the early 2000s

It is a good walk anyway, and I am sure that there wold be some moths, unless 
they have taken a quite different route, due to winds and rain if any

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