COG explores the Woodstock NR Superhighway
11 members of COG braved the weather forecast (and indeed the early look of the weather)
To begin with we were seeing or hearing quite a few of the common bush birds with excellent views of a Golden Whistler being appreciated. At the bottom of the first hill produced a male Scarlet Robin,
Moving on we watched with great delight a White-bellied Sea-eagle
Other more interesting birds were a roosting pair of Tawny Frogmouths (in the same area where a member of the group had seen them a year ago);
A few other interesting (to me at least) things appeared here and there.
Although it has been a rather dry period around Canberra there was a good crop of moss on this rock.
I was unsure if this was a former dragonfly or if the weight of raindrops was just preventing it from flying.
It isn't often we see the underside of Shepherds Lookout.
I glanced across the river and saw a lot of black shapes high in a dead tree. Unfortunately I announced this to the group before my binoculars revealed the cattle on the hill behind the tree.