15/02/23 Bird & Frog survey: Yellingbo

Notes from: a Friends of the Helmeted Honeyeater hosted citizen science event.
The magic combination of a warm, still morning and an enthusiastic group of people meant we spotted and heard 40 species of birds today. A gazillion Grey Fantails - including juveniles, a consistent and loud begging call from a juvenile Wedge-tailed Eagle, at least 1 Spotless Crake finding great refuge amongst the reeds in the swamp, a Satin Bowerbird, 5 Eastern Yellow Robins perched in a line, a group of adult and juvenile Red-browed Finches, Striated and Spotted Pardalote's, a species of frog calling that we couldn't identify (but have uploaded it to FrogID) and lots of dragonflies and damselflies were just some of the many highlights. We added some of these bird's calls, Ron's great snap of a Wandering Ringtail and Chelsea's Striped Ladybird snap to our iNaturalist project 'Yellingbo and surrounds'. A great morning in the bush, with fabulous people :)

Publicado el 15 de febrero de 2023 por regnans regnans


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