If you don’t make a lot of noise when you take a walk in the bush you may be rewarded by seeing a bird using a hollow. In this case it was a young Crimson Rosella. Quite a few birds need hollows to raise their young so it was pleasing to see this hollow being checked for size.
It is easy to assume that we know all there is to know about what are regarded as common species. Recently as part of a Basalt to Bay Landcare Network fox program monitoring program, a remote sensing camera was set up to record fox activity on a sheep carcass. Continue reading