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     Crossing the footbridge over Cedar Creek we were intrigued by the sound of Rainbow Lorikeets shrieking away overhead and looked up to see a huge Blue Quandong (Eleaocarpus grandis) absolutely thick with white blossom.   Shrubbery around Peat’s Crossing & adjacent footpath gave us Large-billed Scrubwrens, Brown Gerygones,  Brown Thornbills  and though we couldn’t see him a male Striated Pardalote was calling up in the eucalypts with that frantic note that says “I’m ready for you girls”!

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