Goings on in Yungaburra, north Qld

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Subject: Goings on in Yungaburra, north Qld
From: "Alan Gillanders" <>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 08:39:36 +1000
Corrupted by the list keepers on this list I've started a home list for 2007. 
Only 56 birds so far and at least 6 species seen just outside the boundary.

There are some young Sarus Cranes still around on the Tablelands. It will be 
interesting to know if they hang around all wet.

A cassowary which wandered through a fair bit of open country and took up 
residence in a friend's yard was to be moved yesterday. Hope it was taken into 
custody without violence to any concerned.

I've uploaded my latest newsletter to my website at
It includes  Weather,
Reptiles:-   Parthenogenesis in Komodo Dragons? & On the Local Scene
Plants:-  The Stinging Tree Strikes Twice & Flowers and Fruit in the Forest.
Birds :-   Breeding Biology of the Eastern Whipbird, Christmas Dinner, Comings 
& Goings and Breeding
 Mammals:-  Around the Village and the Tablelands & On Nocturnals

Alan Gillanders

Alan's Wildlife Tours
2 Mather Road
Yungaburra 4884
Phone 07 4095 3784
Int. + 61 7 4095 3784

Alan's Wildlife Tours FREE enewsletter

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