Whilst in the National park having breakfast yesterday we spotted a Striated Thornbill. They are about 100mm in length, with buff grey to yellow on the outer feathers. A busy little bird with a cheerful note, it spends its time darting amongest the leaves and flowers of the gum trees, speeding from one tree to another. Their nest is a globe of grasses, leaves and twigs, positioned towards the end of a branch.
It was quite pleasurable to have a billy tea and watch them at work