One the way back from the Regent Honeyeater Survey we stopped briefly at Mount Vincent where there seemed to be lots of honeyeaters, so I went back today for a longer walk.
There certainly were a good number of birds high in the flowering stringybarks. Bell miners were bathing in the dam, and a wedge-tailed eagle soared high overhead. A kookaburra was being mobbed by the honeyeaters and miners. The Brown Falcon was having trouble staying on his wire and soon flew off to a distant pole. These birds are also known as the Cackling Falcon, after their distinctive call.
Brown Falcon (pictured above)
Laughing Kookaburra (pictured above)
Bell Miner (pictured above)
Yellow faced Honeyeater
White naped Honeyeater
White cheeked Honeyeater
Eastern Yellow Robin