Nectar and Flying-foxes on the NSW Mid North Coast

To: "Graham Turner" <>, "Baus" <>
Subject: Nectar and Flying-foxes on the NSW Mid North Coast
From: "storm" <>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 15:33:05 +1000
The camp at Singleton has over wintered (and in large numbers) much to
general surprise.  The Wingham brush camp has been empty for a while - thee
greys have assumed to be at the Cockwhy Creek (aka Temial or Kiola). I have
no idea where the Little reds would be. The blacks have been in large
numbers in the RBG camp over the last few months. This is the only camp in
Sydney where they regularly appear.

I now return you to the birds :-)



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