Long worm provided capture in tasty parts.
Plenty of Large-billed Scrubwrens (Sericornis magnirostra) in same area, but as always hard to get clear shots.
Sighting of the day though was uncommon Pied Monarch (Arses kaupi), sunning sprawled along high limb in midafternoon. Chased bird for 30 minutes before getting this terrible 'lucky' angle.
More common and also frustratingly hard to see, Spotted Catbird (Ailuroedus melanotis). Much 'meowing' through the day.
Worth a mention, two female Victoria's Riflebirds (Ptiloris victoriae) very high under dark canopy. One seemed to be imitating male display. Breeding starts about now. Embarrassing, because I'd just told touring birder species wasn't showing up these days! Sorry, mate!
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