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
1421 31-07-1996 Tammin Woma; Sand Python (Aspidites ramsayi) Positive ID of Woma 11.03.96 approx 6' in length Steven Bluck, Northam
1422 23-06-1996 Julimar Conservation Park Chuditch (Western Quoll) Assisted CALM in checking traps, previously set up. Found six Chuditch, a Quenda and a Woylie with young
1423 21-06-1996 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Honeyeater, Brown Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter
1424 24-04-1996 Stirlingia Drive, Toodyay Python, Western Stimson's (Antaresia stimsoni stimsoni) 17.30hrs - warm weather - Python one metre length on the road verge - photographed.
1425 09-04-1996 Marri Glades, Toodyay Woma; Sand Python (Aspidites ramsayi) Marie Connolly states she positively saw a Woma which had been resting beneath a Blackboy on her property Lot 10. It moved off and down a rabbit burrow. Early spring 1995. David Pearson taken to meet Marie with a northern Woma he had with him. she said it was the most beautiful creature.
1426 09-04-1996 River Road, Toodyay Python, Carpet (Morelia spilota imbricata) Dave Munkton, farmer and owner of property, 'Deepdale', together with his son sighted a very large python on the road that was definitely not a Carpet Python in summer of 1995/96.
1427 08-04-1996 Woodlands Height, Toodyay Woma; Sand Python (Aspidites ramsayi) Sandy Smith said the description of the Woma fits that of a small reptile she stepped over 4 years previously.
1428 24-03-1996 Vernon Hill property of Phil Beattie Python, Carpet (Morelia spilota imbricata) 2 metre animal rescued by Arthur North following taking an 8 week old family kitten-photographed.
1429 03-03-1996 Fernie Road, Toodyay Python, Carpet (Morelia spilota imbricata) Large speciman stalking and caught an Aust. Raven in 80' Marri-photographed and videoed by Keith Boase on Margo Hodges' goat property 8am.
1430 15-11-1994 Stirlingia Drive Python, Carpet (Morelia spilota imbricata) Large specimen crossing road, 8.15pm
1431 09-07-1994 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Honeyeater, Brown-headed Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter. Seen in garden (first observation)
1432 09-07-1994 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Owl, Masked Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter
1433 24-04-1994 Avon Valley National Park Event TNC started a biological survey of the AVNP. Set up camp in the park (under the direction of CALM) with traps and quadrats for flora monitoring. Five days of monitoring.
1434 06-04-1994 Woodland Heights, Toodyay Woma; Sand Python (Aspidites ramsayi) Stewart Moir had a Woma python brought to him by his neighbours. It was about 6' long.
1435 23-03-1994 Koojedda, via Bakers Hill Magpie, Australian White specimen seen a number of times. NOT an albino!
1436 31-12-1993 Morangup Nature Reserve Bat, various species White-striped Mastiff bat, South-western Mastiff bat, Gould's Wattled bat all found during 1993
1437 01-12-1993 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Cuckoo-shrike, Black-faced A high wind from the east - one fledgling out of the nest on nearby limb. Another still in nest. Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter
1438 01-12-1993 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Wagtail, Willie Mother on nest and 'riding' the moving bough. Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter
1439 29-11-1993 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Cuckoo-shrike, Black-faced Still sitting occasionally. Nest 20 to 25 feet above the ground. Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter
1440 29-11-1993 Woodendale Farm, Woodendale Road, Toodyay Wagtail, Willie Have noticed since October 20 WW busy in sugar gums. Observed feeding young today. Nest 10 to 12 feet above ground. Nest in shade all the time Notes from Dawn Atwell/Ray Paynter

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