DARLINGTON RANGE ROAD, SARABAH, BOYLAND ROAD.

Golden WhistlerIt was a very early start from the Info Centre – 6am. Nevertheless the bird count started as soon as we alighted from the cars on Darlington Range Road. The Scarlet Honeyeaters were calling non-stop, as they seem to be doing where ever there are gum trees at the moment, there being a lot of Eucalypts in flower, earlier than usual. Things really started coming alive once the sun hit the trees. All the usual bush birds were around. We had a very good view of a pair of Fantail Cuckoos. Pardalotes, Golden Whistlers and Eastern Spinebills were very much in evidence.

 

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