Tuggeranong Hill

Subject: Tuggeranong Hill
From: sandra henderson <>
Date: Wed, 5 Feb 2014 09:59:39 +1100
At Tuggeranong Hill this morning, several Collared Sparrowhawks calling, one of which had a good look at me from a nearby tree. At least 3 birds, possibly more.  Not much bird life over much of the area I covered, but one little patch had lots of Eastern Spinebills, Brown And Buff-rumped Thornbills, Grey Fantails, Superb Fairy-Wrens, Double-barred Finches and a couple of Speckled Warblers. Also a Satin Bowerbird bower with lots of blue treasures but the birds not in evidence. There is some new infrastructure going in next to the existing substation, with lots of activity, so the usuals around the entrance (the Willy Wagtails and Kestrel) seemed to have moved on, at least temporarily. The fallen down fence which allowed close inspection of the gully to left of substation has been repaired and double rows of barbed wire included.
Sandra H
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