hawkesbury birds

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Subject: hawkesbury birds
From: "Paul & Irene Osborn" <>
Date: Sat, 20 Jan 2007 12:02:20 +1100
Keith said,
"Here in the Hawkesbury there is certainly a shortage of spiders, walking
through the bush you normally have to hold a stick in front of you to ward
the webs off your face. Also butterflies are not common must be the drought
are you finding it the same."

Here, in Bulahdelah, there is an abundance of ground dwelling spiders; wolf
spiders, trapdoors and the like, but next to no orb weavers, which I found
strange. Plenty of butterflies about though.
Paul Osborn


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