Last weekend we had the Mt Wilson Fauna Survey Workshop and Spotlight. We were incredibly lucky to see three greater gliders, a threatened species and the Anabat detector also recorded a threatened species, the Eastern Bentwing Bat!
Despite the cold, we had a great turnout of people and animals…..
We have one more weekend this year of wildlife walks and talks coming up on the 27/28 October in the upper mountains, please let your family and friends know.
Bookings are essential, go to www.bushcarebluemountains.org.au/events/
|Australian Magpie||Cracticus tibicen||4|
|Australian Raven||Corvus coronoides||3|
|Crimson Rosella||Platycercus elegans||6|
|Eastern Spinebill||Acanthorhynchus tenuirostris||2|
|Fan-tailed Cuckoo||Cacomantis flabelliformis||2|
|Gang-gang Cockatoo||Callocephalon fimbriatum||2|
|Pied Currawong||Strepera graculina||1|
|Red Wattlebird||Anthochaera carunculata||2|
|Satin Bowerbird||Ptilonorhynchus violaceus||3|
|Superb Lyrebird||Menura novaehollandiae||1|
|White-throated Tree-creeper||Cormobates leucophaea||2|
|Yellow-faced Honeyeater||Lichenostomus chrysops chrysops||2|
|Common froglet||Crinia signifera||1|
|Greater Glider||Petauroides volans||3|
|White Striped Free tailed Bat||Austronomus australis|
|Large Forest Bat||Vespadelus darlingtoni|
|Eastern Bentwing Bat||Miniopterus orianae oceanensis|