Bulls Head

Subject: Bulls Head
Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 09:52:16 +1000

I drove up to Bulls Head yesterday for a morning in the snow. The conditions were great with snow falling the whole morning. That didnt deter the many Red-necked Wallabies from coming out from hiding. Understorey regrowth in the Bulls Head area at least is now becoming very good. Amazingly there were still 2 Eastern Spinebills busy feeding and calling in flowering grevillea bushes at the picnic spot. About 14 Gang-gang Cockatoos were also in the area along with Striated Thronbills, Scrubwrens and Treecreepers . There were plenty of Flame Robins along Brindabella Rd. On the trip home we passed a female(?) Wallaroo quietly feeding along the roadside on the descent to Uriarra Crossing.
Raptors were abundant with several Kites, Kestrels, Brown Falcons, and 3 Wedge-tailed Eagles over Uriarra Crossing.

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