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. Please try and limit the number of characters you enter to 100. A photograph will be a great advantage in identification those hard to identify creatures

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# Date Location Species Notes
1 10-02-2019 Parkland Dr Julimar Brown Honey-eater sighted around 8am on a hot morning with no wind 4 brown honey eaters were flitting around the bird bath and scrub nearby. photo taken
2 10-02-2019 Parkland Dr Julimar striated pardalote sighted around 8.15am on a hot morning with no wind 2 striated pardalotes came to the bird bath mixing in with other small bush birds. photo taken area has dryanda and eucalyptus
3 10-02-2019 near Wandoo Circle rainbow bee eaters Heard between 7AM - 9.30AM. 2 seen flying and hunting
4 09-02-2019 backyard pond, near Wandoo Circle Black tadpole Large black tadpole about 2cm, seen when cleaning the pond
5 09-02-2019 near Wandoo Circle quail 2 quail seen, have been making circles in the leaf litter - no photo taken
6 07-02-2019 Majestic Heights Owl, Barn Bathing in a bird bath. Sequence of 8 photographs.
7 29-01-2019 Majestic Heights Owl, Barn Bathing in bird bath. Photographed on sensor camera.
8 28-01-2019 Majestic Heights Possum, Common brushtail Possum drinking from bird bath at 9.10pm. Photographed by sensor camera
9 28-01-2019 near Wandoo Circle tabby cat tabby cat caught in a trap and taken by the rangers. Did not appear that aggressive or wild
10 26-01-2019 Avon River, Toodyay, downstrean from Newcastle Bridge Stilt 11am, single bird wading in a pool, below the Toodyay Miniature Railway track.
11 17-01-2019 Wandoo Circle small quail and chicks Seen at 5.10PM adult bird and 2 chicks walking across the road. No photo taken
12 17-01-2019 near Wandoo Circle rainbow bee eaters A couple of birds seen and heard, flying quite high, 5.15PM
13 13-01-2019 Bejoording Chuditch? About 10pm, near our cockies cage, smoky/grey colour with white spots.
14 13-01-2019 near Wandoo Circle ? pobblebonk frog Seen at 8.15PM hoping along the pavement. no photo taken
15 10-01-2019 Majestic Heights Bee-eater, Rainbow Three or four birds heard. Number of sightings this year is way down. Many other birdos not seeing them either
16 10-01-2019 Mt Anderson Street birds Dawn chorus not as noisy in the new year as it had been during Spring and early Summer in 2018. Now its relatively quiet. Rufus Whistler had been very prevalent last year,haven't heard him this January.
17 10-01-2019 224 Parkland Dr Julimar Western white-naped Honeyeater Location is Marri/Jarrah and dryandra woodlands. Throughout the day in very hot weather small flocks of Western white-naped honeyeaters use the birdbath to drink and bath � photographed.
18 29-12-2018 near Wandoo Circle Toodyay Burtons legless lizard Seen resting almost totally under plant pot. 8.47AM photos taken
19 27-12-2018 near Wandoo Circle Toodyay Diamond or SW Carpet Python Python moving slowly across driveway about 5PM. Several photos taken, over about 15 minutes.
20 22-12-2018 near Panorama Ave Toodyay monitor lizard Seen briefly before it ran into a drainpipe. Very dark/black in colour, long thin body and tail. 9.45 in the morning

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