|Subject:||Morwell N.P., Victoria|
|From:||S Cooney <>|
|Date:||Thu, 11 Jan 2001 18:00:33 +1100|
Twenty minutes for lunch at the Morwell National Park today in stifling heat showed me enough birds to suggest that on a cooler day I should go on one of the nature walks. I might have added a Goshawk to this list, but while the call was familiar, I am not quite sure.
Probably the highlight was a very hot Koala that was spread out on a tree, hugging it in a cross formation, legs and arms spread to allow maximum air flow, I know how he felt.
Morwell National Park, Victoria, 11/1/01 (38 21'40"s 145 23'39"e)
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