The Hairy Canary (In The Coal Mine): Bogong Moths In The Victorian Alpine Country

Great Bush Tucker, Great reason to gather the tribes each year along the Mighty Mitta for thousands of years. Not to mention a Mountain Pygmy Possum staple.

Paddlers continue the ritual, in our way. But the moths seem to be disappearing. Check this link to see how to ID them, where they hang, and record a sighting for science:


https://www.swifft.net.au/mothtracker/



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