Yellow Wattlebirds

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Subject: Yellow Wattlebirds
From: "Robert Inglis" <>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2007 20:01:12 +1000
Hey, Terry Bishop!!

In a posting dated Sun, 8 Apr 2007 13:09:08 +1000 you said:
"Hopefully they will stay and breed. They moved up there during there during the
heat of Summer. If it gets to cold and windy they can move to the lower forest
in the same area. It gets very cold with snow and -10 to -15 wind chills at the
level they are. They are on the Northern side so should have some protection
from the southerlies come off the snowy mountains.  The area is a mixture of
manmade cypress forests and natural vegetation. It is a National park and the
only worry are a few irresponsible, undesirable trail bike riders on the forest

but in another posting dated Mon, 16 Apr 2007 18:47:50 +1000 you said:
"I hope they will be trapped and sent back to Tassie. The biggest worry will be
if they breed then they may push the locals out. There are two pair in question.
If the bloke gets caught maybe he should go to!!!!! :-)"

Which do you want us to believe?

Bob Inglis
Sandstone Point


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