|Subject:||Bluetts Block - 2 Rainbow Bee-eaters towards the back fence.|
|From:||Jean Casburn <>|
|Date:||Fri, 28 Feb 2020 06:10:35 +0000|
Bluett’s is starting to have a green pick in many places, but trees and steeper areas are slower. Water is available in 2 dams.
Interesting to see a very large woolly Wombat (probably quite old) walking then hurrying a long distance from the NW gully up the hill and down into the SW gully area. Also Coconut Ants in a log, Red-necked Wallaby and Kangaroos. Otherwise pretty quiet of bird calls. Best areas for birds are lower slopes on this occasion.
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