Three members of COG were invited last year to a property in Dog Trap Road near Murrumbateman to survey recently re-vegetated sites. During the visit, we found that the remnant vegetation and the strip of box-gum woodland area along the creek were rich in birdlife. The property owner is keen for COG to visit again and reports recent flocks of up to 100 Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoos. There is also the possibility of Glossy Black-Cockatoos on the back ridges where they have planted for “glossies”. Lower down on those ridges there’s a fair amount of remnant stringy-bark woodland.
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