There’s a nice variety of insectivores in the garden at the moment; year-round residents such as Weebills (currently nesting), temporary breeding residents like the Rufous Whistler and Grey Fantails passing through. The latter are resident all-year round in the surrounding box-ironbark country but turn up in the garden over summer as they disperse from breeding territories. The role of these species in insect control is phenomenal and often ‘under-rated’.
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