Phas season again

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Subject: Phas season again
From: Roger McNeill <>
Date: Mon, 7 Sep 2015 22:37:14 +0000

Last Spring I posted about Brush-tailed Phascogales and we hosted a number of 
visitors with a 100% sighting success rate at our place outside of BNE.  Seems 
they are back again and as regular as last year.  Two large females have booth 
been observed regularly going into the roof at both the main house and cottage. 
 Both having discoloured fur and bare teats around their pouches, which to me 
indicates they have both had joeys.

Happy to host any weekend visitors (with a bit of warning) who may have missed 
them last year.  We have also been seeing Sugar and Feather-tailed Gliders, but 
not as regularly as the Phas.



Roger McNeill
Samford Valley, SEQ

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