Boxing Day flood of about one metre washed through wetlands and apart from spreading problem weeds did little damage. But the teeming rain washed some nests from the trees.
Rufous-throated Honeyeater (Conopophila rufogularis) among those starting again today.
Here's a sunnier effort taken from the hide a wee while ago.
And a fluffier look, also taken from the hide.
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