I spent a remarkable hour beside a small, drying dam in the Mia Mia last evening.
Sitting quietly, I witnessed the following procession of birds and mammals. The need for water exceeded the fear created by my intrusion. A number didn’t pose for the camera – Grey-shrike-thrush, Black-chinned Honeyeater and Willie Wagtail from memory. The highlight was a family of Grey Currawongs – a wary species that can be notoriously difficult to photograph.
What a brilliant parade!