SSS … Snake season, sea eagle and stubble quail

A bit of warmth this past week was the cue for the Lowland Copperhead snakes to come out near the wetlands and grassy areas along with Blotched Blue-tongue Lizard amongst the housing precincts – all good signs that the habitat we are seeing created  around The Cape and home landscapes is working. Also on cue was the rare sighting of an immature White-bellied Sea Eagle last Thursday flying over The Cape being pursued by a following of Little Ravens.

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