All went well on Saturday for our May outing to Mooloolah River Walk despite the weather turning wintry with 8C yesterday morning and 17C max.
Notable among sightings was a wedgie being chased by crows at tree top height-two passes over, a Hobby made a fleeting pass over. A Tawny grass bird made a brief showing in a patch of long grass. Scarlet honeyeaters were calling all round.
At the end of the walk when we got to Old Gympie rd, several Noisy Friar Birds were in flowering Meleleuca trees, also a pair of Catbirds up a small tree by the edge of path, not normal habitat. Many fig birds in fig trees (not a surprise !).
On return went over to a patch of riparian growth to check out sightings and was a pair of mistletoe birds, also possible sighting of White -cheeked honeyeater -seen in same area on last walk two years previously. One male Rose robin reported.