Treasures on our tōrō, 18 Sept

Treasures on our tōrō

Currawongs consume many different fruits and keep the seeds in the crop or gizzard and regurgitate undigested matter as pellets. This behaviour is one factor in the spread of introduced plants.


In the afternoon we were up at Oyster Lagoon helping our ranger put up signs (NSW NPWS is understaffed and underfunded). The problem with campers today is that unlike the days when I slept on beaches round the world, they arrive in 4WDS with chainsaws and cut down trees in the reserve for firewood, and make a mess.

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