Monday, 1 June 2015

Glastonbury Creek Camping Area.


Glastonbury Creek camping area is an area we have not been to for a long time, so we decided it was time to go and have a camp there to see what was around before it got to cold to camp. These are some of the birds and habitat around the camp ground. Will post more next time.
Fan-tail Cuckoo (Cacomantis flabelliformis)
Some of the Habitat around the camping area

Went for a walk up one of the tracks and found this Banskia
Glastonbury Creek
Golden Whistler (Female)(Pachycephala pectoralis)
Grey Fantail (Rhipidura albiscapa)
Little Shrike-thrush (Colluricincla megarhyncha)
Rose Robin (Female) (Petroica rosea)
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7 comments:

mick said...

The habitat looks fascinating and of course the birds are beautiful. Great photos! And I do admire your dedication to camp where you could see such a beautiful area. But it would be too cold for me - even now!!

Lea said...

Lovely series of photos!

Adam Jones said...

I love the Cuckoo.

Margaret Adamson said...

Greatplace to bird. I have never seen a Rose Robin but would like to.

eileeninmd said...

Pretty variety of birds and images. The scenery is lovely too, I like the creek!

Marie C said...

Beautiful shots! I am thoroughly enjoying all the cuckoo sightings I am seeing photos of!

Silver Parrot said...

Great collection of birds - looks like a wonderful habitat to explore!