And back to Winter at Greens Bush

I recently clocked up 90 visits to one of my favourite sites to survey for birds and other native wildlife. I like to track the birds I find and record my sightings and locations on the ebird app, part of a worldwide database based at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the US.  Going over my sightings looking for more data on the Bassian Thrush, I found that I had clocked up 90 visits to the one site: Greens Bush in the Mornington Peninsula National Park.  On the last two visits I saw a total of 8 Bassians across several locations on the circuit , a good healthy and permanent population.

Bassian Thrush, Greens Bush, Mornington Peninsula National Park, Vic

2 responses to “And back to Winter at Greens Bush

  1. What a great find Malt !, Bassians are always a treat to see, especially in good light, out of the rainforest. To see 8 is even more wonderful. 90 is a lot of visits, I will have to check Green’s Bush out one day when I am down that way.

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  2. It was a great find Ash, seeing quite a few lately now too, one of the few bonuses of winter down here on the peninsula.

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