I hadn’t visited Uriarra TSR for many years (Uriarra Rd halfway
between Coppins turnoff and Uriarra), but decided to stop-off on the 4th Jan. It
seems a lot bigger than I remember, narrow, but extending almost down to the
Birds seen included striated pardalotes with chicks
in the nest directly above the entrance, friarbirds with dy, 2 speckled
warblers, 2 black faced cuckoo shrikes, 2 kookaburras, striated thornbills cf, a
white throated gerygone, dusky woodswallows, 2 wt treecreepers, and a rufous
whistler. Crimson and eastern rosellas with dy. Now that the mid story has
recovered it is a good spot for birds and might be worthwhile dropping in
before/after the midweek walk.
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