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|From:||sandra henderson <>|
|Date:||Sun, 11 Sep 2016 03:17:03 +0000|
This morning I participated in a platypus survey at the Numeralla River near Numeralla village
The survey sites were just off a dirt track called Jacobs Lane a few kms out of the village, and of most interest to me was the large number of Yellow-tufted Honeyeaters. They were also common at the Badja River Reserve in Numeralla village (as were the platypus - I saw 2 there - one (briefly) on the river bank - after no-one got any on the official surveys)
Other sightings of interest - my first sacred kingfisher of the season at the river, along with dusky woodswallows, a group of 4 black-faced cuckoo-shrikes flying over, a flock of a dozen or more crimson rosellas, and numbers of fan-tailed cuckoos at the river.
On the way back to Canberra - a Restless Flycatcher at the Numeralla rest area on the Monaro Hwy.
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