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New Year: Frigatebirds
Denise Goodfellow <>
Thu, 02 Jan 2014 05:11:32 +0930
I hope all had a happy introduction to the New Year. Michael and I spent
our day at Bagot Reserve (the Aboriginal reserve in Darwin) throwing flour
around with our indigenous relatives. They also threw eggs, one of which I
ended up wearing when one of the ladies gave me a bear hug (she had egg all
over her head and shoulders).
If one would like to have a fun time without the hangover I can heartily
recommend this activity. There are some photos on Facebook if anyone is
Recently I discovered that an indigenous Hawaiian friend was producing cards
and prints of the constellations and the birds and fish associated with
them. These cards are stunning - I've never seen anything quite like them.
I've absolutely no commercial interest in this, but thought the cards of the
frigatebirds might appeal to Birding Aussers. They're at
Happy New Year!
Denise Lawungkurr Goodfellow
PO Box 71, Darwin River,
043 8650 835
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