We met 7am and headed out towards Panorama Point. Just passed Kinabalu Dr we parked our cars & started our bird walk. Not before long, a great discovery, two nesting Collared Sparrowhawks being annoyed by a female satin bower bird. We stayed a while to watch the Sparrowhawks leave the nest and return again, several times.
We ventured down a side track, where we stopped to hear a mimicking Albert’s Lyrebird, anddiscovered Yellow ground Diuris orchid - D.aurea
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Start near the intersection of Wongawallan Road and Kinabulu Drive to head down North East along Wongawallan Road. When you reach the Eagle Heights Conservation area sign you will see a gate to the left with a track that soon leads to a lookout over grown through the trees to the East.
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