|Subject:||Upper Warks Road this morning|
|From:||calyptorhynchus via Canberrabirds <>|
|Date:||Thu, 30 Dec 2021 01:30:01 +0000|
I went out via Picadilly circus and Bendora dam road to the upper part of Warks Road. All the roads were open and in fact the gate at the top of Warks Road was open to although I parked outside and walked down.
The road was eerily quiet, I’m not sure why this is but there didn’t just didn’t seem to be many birds about and even the common species weren’t very common. Perhaps the birds are between the first and second broods, or perhaps they have had such a rotten time with the cold, wet and windy weather they have just given up on breeding.
I did manage to see a few good things, Rufous fantail, red browed tree creeper, and around the junction of Warks Road and new chums Road they were five or six Cicadabirds calling from different directions. I manage to get the bins on one female.
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