PYTHON ROCK, PAT’S BLUFF AND BRISTLEBIRD CREEK WALK
It was a windy and surprisingly cold day for this time of year. Julie, Susan and Gail set off at 6am for the start of the Python Rock track with Susan at the wheel and binoculars at the ready. On the way we saw Jacaranda trees in full bloom at Sarabah.
This familiar track yielded some pleasant surprises – notably a Yellow Robin’s nest complete with sitting bird, two Yellow-throated scrub-wren nests (unoccupied) and – thrill of thrills! – a male Paradise Riflebird
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