Saturday 5 November 2016

Mangrove Gerygone, Noosa Heads

During a quick visit to the stretch of mangroves on the Noosa Spit I heard numerous Mangrove Gerygone singing. Here's a mud map for the spot.


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Anonymous David Soy said...

I love the hum of Mangrove Gerygone. It feels so peaceful and refreshing. When I was working and providing dissertation help online, I always used to go and sit in the spot where birds were chirping. I feel like, for me, nature is legit an escape. I would visit this place too!!

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Anonymous SPA2XOC48POSRPR said...

I'm delighted to discuss the fascinating topic of Mangrove Gerygone in Noosa Heads. These small, lively birds are known for their distinctive vocalizations and can often be spotted in the lush mangrove habitats of Noosa Heads.

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