• It doesn't take much water to attract birds

    14 days ago - By 10,000 Birds

    At the shallow natural clay-pan where the three Pink-eared Ducks were hiding in plain sight there were many other bird species. Despite the water being very shallow and muddy there was a White-necked Heron as shown in the header photo. You would not expect there to be much food there, but there was obviously sufficient. The White-necked Heron was there over a couple of days when we visited the site. It wasn't far for it to travel to the Fortescue River either.
    White-necked Heron
    Galahs were visiting the water at the beginning and end of each day. They would land cautiously in nearby trees...
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