Brown Treecreeper @ Callum Brae

Subject: Brown Treecreeper @ Callum Brae
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2005 14:35:03 +1000

One Brown Treecreeper foraging on eucalypts along a creek line in the new Callum Brae Woodland Reserve. It seemed wary and spent most of its time above 10 metres high up dead trees. Maybe a good thing as a Red Fox was in the area.
It gave its quick repetitive 'pink-pink-pink' call once while I was observing it. I had originally been attracted by its short rasping call.

The last time I saw this species here was on 4 November 2002 (again a single bird). Lets hope it hangs around.

I was amazed to see one large dam filled to overflowing and a continuous stream of water still trickling in from a drainage line. Downstream of the dam I was drawn to a small waterfall by the sound of cascading water. Interesting since it hasnt rained for a little while.

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