|To:||David Rees <>|
|Subject:||Why no rabbit predators?|
|From:||Alberta Hayes via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Mon, 11 Oct 2021 07:50:38 +0000|
I live near the ANU and go walking there every day. Last night I was there at about 10pm after I finished work and saw 4 kits (baby foxes) playing around in the ANU near Old Canberra House. They did not seem interested (or perhaps didn't see) the large rat that was eating the photinia, but were very interested in a large thistle nearby. They were rolling near it and sniffing it while jumping around one another. I suspect they will soon be too fat to jump around quite so much.
I didn't see any owls or frogmouths, but there were a few sugar gliders and of course many brushtail possums about.
On Sat, 9 Oct 2021 at 17:48, David Rees via Canberrabirds <> wrote:
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