Category Archive for 'Birding'

A Rarity.

It’s not often nowadays that I have bird photos to post, but that suddenly changed. Looking idly out into the paddock we noticed a corella, and I thought what the heck, I’ll get the camera and take its picture, thinking it was only a common Little Corella. as I got closer I could see that […]

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Odonata notes.

Normally, the most numerous damselfly along the Macalister River at Bellbird Corner Reserve is the Common Flatwing, Austroargiolestes icteromelas, and when cutting the river walking track they usually fly up in front of the mower in abundance. For some reason this season has been different, there has been no flood to disrupt their life cycle, […]

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