11/01/23 Bird & Frog survey: Yellingbo

Notes from: a Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater hosted citizen science event.
We escaped the heat of the day with an 8am start, and were richly rewarded. Under the dappled shade of magnificent Eucalypts, with 11 fabulous people, it was a joy to see a couple of Grey Fantails nesting, a Dusky Woodswallow collecting nesting material, Sword-grass Brown Butterflies and Ringed Xenica's on the wing and summer flowers. That just about sums up our first citizen science morning for 2023, surveying for birds in a patch of Yellingbo Nature Conservation Area that is not often walked. We recorded 34 species for the day, with highlights being the Eastern Shrike-tit, Satin Flycatcher and a couple of Red-browed Finches that didn't mind our presence and allowed us to get a close look.

Publicado el 12 de enero de 2023 por regnans regnans


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