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Nature's Gift Of Rain

Posted Sunday 17th April 2011 at 03:59 by Francis Duggan
A few months ago the paddocks were bare and brown
In the flat countryside bordering Castlemaine Town
That was before the onset of the heavy rain
That overflowed every creek and every drain
And in the once bare paddocks young grass sprouted again
And Nature's greenery returned to Castlemaine
The last time i was here the landscape looked bare and brown
In and surrounding old Castlemaine Town
Amazing changes that a few months can bring
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He Is Not All That Cuddly

Posted Sunday 17th April 2011 at 03:33 by Francis Duggan
He is not all that cuddly as he appears to be
As he sits eating leaves on high branch of manna gum tree
Tonight on the ground with a male of his own kind he'll fight for territory
They will claw snarl and bite till the loser must flee
From his corner of the wood for to recuperate
The koala who does not rule a territory also loses the right to mate
With female koalas that is Nature's way
Respect in their sexual favours to the ruling male the females...
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Rhodopi Birding

Posted Saturday 16th April 2011 at 19:21 by Telbg
Here in the Rhodopi mountains, where i am lucky to do my birding, the weather has been somewhat unpredictable lately. A few days ago, we were sitting out on the terrace eating & watching all the new spring birds arriving and finding territory to claim. Now the temp has drop to freezing, the Olivacious warblers that were in the garden have disappeared, we now have snow, so the bird table is full again.
Don't get me wrong, it so nice to see, having Sombre Tits, along with the Long-tailed,...
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Hello from The Itatiaia National Park.

Posted Thursday 14th April 2011 at 14:33 by Paulo Boute

I'm at the National Park of Itatiaia.
One of my favorite places.
This time, without play back or laser pointer.
Due a special request from my guests.
Today, among a good number of birds we saw the rare White-bearded Antshrike and Fork-tailed Pygmy Tyrant.
What a Treat!

Best Regards,

Paulo Boute.
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Just a general post

Posted Wednesday 13th April 2011 at 20:45 by bcrow
I really must apologize, as I said before, I am new at this and if I have posted twice I am sorry. This morning I was shown that we can post directly to the group; So I am posting video, trying to make it easier to find instead of going all over the place.

The field season is starting a bit slowly here do to weather fronts, and high water (a lot of Trumpeter Swan nesting sites are underwater, as an example). We are located at the south end of the largest freshwater lake west of the...
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