Black Snake Ridge Atlas [SEQ]

Subject: Black Snake Ridge Atlas [SEQ]
From: Laurie & Leanne Knight <>
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2001 20:29:26 +1000
We are in the midst of some glorious winter weather in this neck of the
godzone, with day time temps in the mid to low 20s [C].  This morning, I
drove down to Running Ck and followed Black Snake Ridge up to the NSW

I atlassed over 40 species along the 7 km transect, including trifectas
of fairy-wrens and scrub-wrens.  Parrots were fairly scarce, and crows
were only present around the margins :) .  On the other hand, grey
fantails, yellow-faced honeyeaters, white-throated treecreepers and
striated thornbills were ubiquitious.

The highlight of the day was having lunch at the lookout across from
Panic Button Point [on the real Lamington Plateau] listening to the
Alberts Lyrebirds calling to each other above the lilt of the south
branch of Running Creek 400 metres below.

Regards, Laurie.
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