You don’t have to go far.
I went to Bruce Ridge yesterday
along Purdie St. Birds were ok/good, with Common Bronzewing, a grey currawong, 2
noisy friarbirds, 3 treecreepers, 2 choughs, 2 spotted pardalotes and 4
striated.. But the flowers were awesome with heaps of Olearia, early wattle,
another wattle and some Cootamundra wattle, egg and bacon peas- Dillwynia
sericea and riparia, heath- Leucopogan parviflorus, a few cryptandra left, still
some purple flowering peas- hardenbergia, glycine clandistina, Hovea linearis,
many finger orchids of multiple species, just flowers everywhere. Don’t have my
book so spelling and names may be wrong. (I
must have given it away)
We organised a walk for there for
a month ago, and it was good, but I was a month too early.
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