Emus and pines

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Subject: Emus and pines
From: Peter Shute <>
Date: Thu, 6 Aug 2015 00:51:08 +0000
It was the plantations in the upper Ovens Valley arount Bright that I was 
thinking of when I made the same comment earlier. As others have said, it's 
likely to be the density of the plantations that makes them unsuitable for bird 
life. I once read a comment here that Spotted Quail-thrush can be found in the 
thinned plantations, but I've never managed to see any.

Peter Shute

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> My experience with pines in the Chiltern area, where I spent
> my childhood and teenage years, is that they are completely silent.
> Fortunately there are not many pines in the Chiltern area,
> mainly around the Barambogie reservoir. I've had similar
> experiences in pines in the Bundanoon area of the NSW
> Southern Highlands.
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