The beauty of Leard State Forest. This is just some of what will be destroyed if the open-cut coal mines go ahead.
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What you’re looking at:
- Double-barred Finches taking advantage of a cool summer breeze
- Eucalypt in flower
- Grey Teal Ducks at the local Elfin Crossing at Maules Creek
- Wedge-tailed Eagles in the late afternoon
- Wild Orange
- White-winged Triller
- Marsupial munching on Native grass
- Female Rufous Whistler
- Peaceful Dove
These wonderful photographs come to us via Maules Creek local Ros Druce.