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!!

8 March 2021 at 09:04  

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