The big black ‘V” has returned …

The lovely little Black-fronted Dotterel has returned to The Cape, a bit later than usual. A pair have taken up residence in their normal spot along the central creek line—they move up and down the creek and among the waterholes but can also be seen on the grassy edges and mulched garden beds either side. These birds prefer open habitat so they can see any threats approaching, so after a chat with The Cape Development and Landscape team, modified plantings have occurred in the creek line to give them some more open areas rather than a wall of sedges and rushes. Many thanks to the team for modifying this part of the creek line habitat.

2 thoughts on “The big black ‘V” has returned …”

  1. Nice one David. It is good to see you in a photo for once.

    When the weather cheers up I hope we can have a natter over the proverbial fence.

    I hope you are all well.

    Cheers Robyn

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    1. Thank you, Robyn. Yes, hopefully this weather will clear, and we can have a chat without being blown away!

      Yes, we are all well and looking forward to seeing our daughter and new Joanie this Thursday as they are going to spend a few days down here. Getting close for Lorraine to move into her new house in Moonshadow as well so will be busy helping her move in hopefully within the next week or so.

      Cheers David

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