This is an outdoor event on a bush trail, walking over uneven ground and on hilly terrain. You will be on your feet for a few hours. Please be self sufficient with snacks, water and suitable clothing for a cool early morning walk. If you have binoculars please bring them.
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|