Poking about in the Muckleford bush

Queen’s Birthday morning was perfect for poking about in the Muckleford bush.

Taking a well-trodden route that included South German, Bell’s Lane and Mia Mia Tracks I was rewarded with some nice observations.

The pair of Wedge-tailed Eagles were spotted on their overnight perch, contemplating their first sortie in search of a meal.

An early flowering Golden Wattle was something of a surprise, as was the opportunity to see both the Speckled Warbler and Rose Robin up-close.

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Golden Wattle in flower, South German Track, 14th June 2021

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Wedge-tailed Eagle (adult female)

WTE2

Adult male

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II

SW1

Speckled Warbler (male)

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II

SW3

III

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Rose Robin (male)

One response to “Poking about in the Muckleford bush

  1. I so look forward to seeing your wonderful photos.Thank you.

    Sent from my iPhone

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