It’s a natural place to visit
This website is being developed to showcase the wildlife and wild places of the Redlands.
For anyone interested there is a pair of Bush Stone-Curlews nesting, with one egg so far, in the park area at the top of Nadine crescent, Thornlands. If you drive from Ziggy’s drive into Nadine Cresc they are just on your right. From the large road drain count 5 posts to the right and the nest is between the 5th post and the tree directly behind it. A very exposed plot so I can’t see it surviving for long.
I would like to discuss purchasing your photos to frame and hang on our walls. I’m not sure if you would be comfortable with this. I am so impressed with your beautiful representation of all the reasons why we live in the Redlands!
Has anyone managed to take pictures of a fly catcher in Cleveland near the cemetery? One visited around January 2020. It stayed around for about a week, visiting while I hand hosed in the late afternoon. It was a dull brown colour, had fine features and made a sort of piercing tweet sound. It would land on the top of a tree fern and play a cheeky game darting through the water spray. It eventually got chased off by some noisy minors last time I saw it.
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