Cedar Grove camping ground is a great place to stay and see lots of birds, 54 species over 2 days in September.We had Green Catbird and Wompoo Fruit-Dove in the trees near our camp site. Other birds of note were Paradise Riflebird,Bassian Thrush, Noisy Pitta and a Powerful Owl calling in the early morning.
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Golden Whistler (Pachycephala pectoralis) (Male)
Fan-tailed Cuckoo (Cacomantis flabelliformis) (Juvenile)
Bassian Thrush (Zoothera lunulata)
As we were walking along the rainforest track I heard a rustle in the leaf litter. Upon further inspection found this pair of Bassian Thrush, (Adult with Juvenile). They kept moving along the track in front of us. After a little way they moved down to the edge of the creek out in the open. A lot easier to photograph them there than in the rainforest.
Australian Brush-turkey (Alectura lathami)
Wompoo Fruit-Dove (Ptilinopus magnificus)
Eastern Yellow Robin (Eopsaltria australis)
Flood damage from earlier in the year.
The force of Mother Nature.
Buttress root of a large fig tree snapped off.
More of the above fig tree
One of the New Toilet Blocks to replace the ones that were washed away during the floods.
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