Subject: Spring
From: (Chris Dahlberg)
Date: Wed, 30 Sep 1998 17:04:20 +1000 (EST)
Hello Everyone
               Spring continues with a large camp of Spectacled Flying-foxes
in Barratt Creek starting their maternity time. Four babies were seen this
morning hanging on to their mothers in flight and many more rotund females
with them as they settled for the day.
      Our first Dollarbird arrived yesterday on it's southern journey making
it the eighth migrant for the spring.
      Blackbean trees, common here, have been flowering for weeks and have
attracted thousands of Rainbow Lorikeets.


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