I’ve been frequenting the area along Mia Mia Track in recent days – the recent rain has brought this area to life and I’ve been treated to a succession of nice observations – Crested Bellbird, Red-capped Robin, Chestnut-rumped Hylacola, Speckled Warbler and Owlet Nightjar. On all visits the unmistakable calls of Rainbow Bee-eaters have provided a constant background soundtrack. Yesterday evening I enjoyed watching a small flock hawking for insects above the firewood coupe between Mia Mia Track and Bell’s Lane Track.
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