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|Subject:||COG outing to Tumut area, Canberra Day long weekend|
|From:||sandra henderson <>|
|Date:||Tue, 5 Feb 2019 05:21:09 +0000|
The February issue of Gang-gang gives brief details for this outing to an area COG seldom visits. A small group of us help out with surveys at the wetlands there every three months, and we've had the opportunity to visit some other sites of interest. Our Tumut-based COG member who does Birdlife Australia surveys in the region is assisting with an itinerary for visits over the weekend, and a local landholder has offered us a site for camping beside the Tumut River, just a few kms out of town. For non-campers, there are numerous motels, and a pleasant caravan park in town, also beside the river.
If you are interested in coming along, please let me know as soon as possible so I can advise the landholder how many people might turn up (he needs to put up an electric fence to stop his cattle wandering too close).
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