Yesterday DF and I did our 20th bird survey at Swallow Lagoon reserve. Doesn't seem like 5 years.
The highlight was probably sighting 3 Crested Shrike Tits working the bark on the trees at site 10. Other memorable moments were seeing Scarlet Robins at 4 or 5 different sites, Sittellas, and the ever charming Jacky Winters being in good numbers and co-operative for the cameras.
As usual we were frequently diverted from the task at hand by wildflowers, snakes, (the first one in 5 years of surveying at this location), kangaroos, etc, and an unusual number and variety of fungi ...
Yet another enjoyable day in the bush.