Moondyne Festival


Sightings

These are the most recent sightings sent to us by members and the public. If you would like to log a sighting of any flora or fauna in the Toodyay area, please click the link provided. You must enter your name for for us to verify your sighting, and contact details at the end of your notes, as we may need to get more details from you.
The following information would be useful, if at all possible.
1) time of day?
2) weather conditions?
3) landscape eg: road verge, scrubland, breakaway country, high or low in a tree, etc, ?
4) what the creature was doing at the time of the sighting?
5) approximate size?
6) gender (if possible)?
7) colouration?
8) photographed?
9) any other interesting observation/s at the time of sighting?
10) for plants, the surrounding growth, number of plants and their general condition, is it a wetland?

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# Date Location Species Notes
1 23-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Magpie-lark Not common here
2 23-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Robin, Red-capped
3 23-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Honeyeater, Yellow-plumed
4 23-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Honeyeater, Singing
5 16-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Falcon, Brown First sighting for a number of years
6 16-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Cuckoo-Shrike, Black-faced A number of them calling to each other
7 16-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Robin, Red-capped First sighting for weeks
8 13-09-2020 Wilkerson Rd Fairy-wren, Splendid Perched on a seat in the back yard.
9 13-09-2020 Wilkerson Rd Skink, Bobtail (Tiliqua rugosa) On front veranda. I think it was the one which last summer had a damaged tail and strange gait as though one leg wasn�t quite right. The tail looks to have healed and although a bit thin, seemed in reasonable condition. Not the same one as a couple of days ago.
10 12-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Pardelote, Striated 9am, sunny still morning. Found on top branches of Jarrah tree
11 12-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Gerygone, Western Gerygone call heard in mixed forest each day in September, throughout the day. Very hard to see, as amongst jarrah tree leaves where he blends in
12 12-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Parrot, Red-capped Sunny still morning. 3 red capped parrots seen in mixed forest species and on the ground
13 12-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Honeyeater, White-cheeked 8.30am on a sunny morning seen near bird bath around small native bushes
14 11-09-2020 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Bronze-Cuckoo, Shining
15 11-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Whistler, Golden 4.30pm weather fine and still. Male Found moving around lower branches of Jarrah trees.
16 09-09-2020 Wilkerson Rd Skink, Bobtail (Tiliqua rugosa) Fat and healthy quite large strutting around the veranda.
17 09-09-2020 Wilkerson Rd Rabbit, feral Although there have always been a few around my property there were three healthy looking rabbits happily munching on my garden succulents at the foot of my front veranda steps. A couple of days later one was on the veranda! Also had a ginger cat At my front door one morning. And in amongst the weedy grass in the front yard were a couple of ixia plants which I�ve never had before anywhere on the property
18 08-09-2020 Wilkerson Rd Whistler, Golden Calling around the house most of the morning.
19 04-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Treecreeper, Rufous Cloudy day, the Rufous Treecreeper was running on a branch of a jarrah tree
20 04-09-2020 Parkland Dr Julimar Whistler, Rufous Cloudy day around 10am a male and female Rufous Whistler were flitting around a variety of small bushes.

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