|Subject:||Bluetts Block this week - noticeable changes in varied habits|
|From:||Jean Casburn <>|
|Date:||Sat, 31 Oct 2020 02:21:41 +0000|
Delightful changes are occurring since the recent wonderful rain.
Native grasses are at the highest level I have seen them, various shrubs are flowering and more varieties should come, moths are abundant, and ground orchids are still visible in places after their recent abundance.
Yesterday with my some of my family, we observed evidence of Echidna, Wombats, Red-necked Wallaby, and the calls of Rufous Whistlers and Leaden Flycatchers and Grey Currawong dominating the air waves.
I wonder if the persistent back and forth calling of Grey Currawongs might mean that they are considering nesting.
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