In February we placed a camera in a new site along the Grand Ridge Rd, in vegetation that was not typical old growth Mountain Ash forest, but rather sad looking regrowth scrub. As a result we didn’t have high expectations as to what fauna we’d find in this habitat. Surprisingly though it’s a very popular spot, especially with ground dwelling birds (must be lots of food) and we obtained some fantastic images. All up the camera was triggered on 165 separate occasions, see the table below for more details)
|Superb Lyrebird||22||Swamp Wallaby||2|
|Eastern Whipbird||7||Brushtail Possum||1|
|Superb Fairy-wren||7||Rufous Fantail||1|
- In addition there were 26 birds that triggered the camera not able to be identified from the image quality to species level.