|Superb Fairy-Wren (M)|
The birds take up residence here both continually and migratory.
|A look inside a birds nest ---- this hanging nest believed to be that of the Mistletoebird ----- the material inside may be from last seasons clutch.|
|Yellow-faced Whip Snake ----- venomous snake, but not considered dangerous.|
|Australian Raven ---- note the shaggy, long hackles under the neck.|
|Spotted Bowerbird ---- the grey band just visible at the base of the neck ---- this male's display bower was quite close to the water point.|
|Rufous Whistler (M)|
The heralded Robyn Gordon Grevillea, still a favourite with gardeners, and associated developed species are still growing and flowering in their special patch.