Blundell's Creek Road/Wark's Road this morning

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Subject: Blundell's Creek Road/Wark's Road this morning
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Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2021 03:14:50 +0000
(On the way I saw a Spotted Harrier on Brindabella Road a couple of kms past Uriarra Crossing, probably the same bird I saw from Stomney Creek NR yesterday).

The Brindies were cold and overcast and birds were not singing very enthusiastically. However I did see a couple of Bassian Thrushes, two separate pairs of Rose Robins, one male Satin Flycatcher, one Sacred Kingfisher (perhaps waiting for it get warmer before going up to upper Wark's Road where they usually are) and a male and a female Whipbird (separately). Fan-tailed Cuckoos were calling and there were many Brown Thornbills and Golden Whistlers.

More of the (poorly-named) Swamp Wallaby than I ever seen in that area before combined.

John Leonard

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