The April walk was in a lovely location near Anglesea on a still but overcast day.

However the birds were mostly keeping quiet,  maybe waiting for the sun to shine.

A handsome male Golden Whistler was the highlight, apart from a gathering of dinner-plate sized, sturdy Bolete fungi.

Golden Whistler

Unfortunately no-one had a camera handy to photograph them. The bird tally was small but it was a very pleasant morning ramble.

Ellinor Campbell

(Photo by Margaret Lacey on a previous bird walk)


Below are all the birds identified:

  1. Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo
  2. Galah
  3. Sulphur-crested Cockatoo
  4. Crimson Roslla
  5. Laughing Kooaburra
  6. White-throated Treecreeper
  7. Superb Fairy-wren
  8. Brown Thornbill
  9. Yellow-faced Honeyeater
  10. White-eared Honeyeater
  11. Red Wattlebird
  12. Golden Whistler
  13. Grey Shrike-thrush
  14. Australian Magpie
  15. Grey Fantail
  16. Eastern Yellow robin


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