birding-aus Re: BIRDING-AUS -dying gum trees

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Subject: birding-aus Re: BIRDING-AUS -dying gum trees
From: "Kevin Roberts" <>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 1999 18:59:52 +1030
Hi  Karina
               When i visited sandy creek nearly 4 weeks ago i thought it was strange these trees dying. Firstly these trees are not near a car park or near a road side, but a vehicle  track along the boundry fence. Although  it is agreed that we don't know what
causes "MUNDULLA YELLOWS" , my concern was the sand excavaction next door to the park.Is this excavation going to deep and causing  underground water tables to alter which is damaging the gum trees but not other species of trees.
Im not not sure what the answers are but just a thought.
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