Monday, August 8, 2011

Following The Wallaby Track 07/08/2011

While going for a walk with the camera this morning not only did I see the beautiful little Golden-headed cisticola's (as shown in my last post), but wren's a plenty, Little Corella's, Laughing Kookaburras, Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike' and Rainbow Lorikeets to name a few.


Little Corella, but with a lot more "pink" on it's face than usual - looking more like a Long-billed because of this colouring.


Black-faced Cuckoo Shrike

Rainbow Lorikeets with nesting hollow behind.


I took this one to show the abundance of hollows in this old half dead gum tree.  The imporance of leaving these trees for wildlife is high.

Little Black/Grey coloured wren - unsure what type

Evidence of an unfortunate baby brush-tailed possum that has come into the talons of a neighbouring owl.

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