Death of Sugar Gliders

To: "" <>, Denise Kay <>
Subject: Death of Sugar Gliders
From: Mark Clayton via Canberrabirds <>
Date: Sun, 7 Aug 2022 01:35:46 +0000
Thanks to all those who responded to the query about the dead Sugar
Gliders in Campbell. The majority seem to support foxes and a couple
think cat. Only one reply thought it might have been a large owl. There
are many birders in that part of the world who would have picked up
something like a Powerful, or even Barking, Owl over that way. A pity
the ACT Government can't lay poison baits for the foxes but there are
too many dogs and cats running (often loose) in suburbia and the
surrounding nature reserves.


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