As I approached, they all beat a hasty retreat to the safety of a large Pittosporum in the middle of the grass. So I quietly siddled towards said Pittosporum where they, and three other species, all revealed themselves in due course.
The male wren still has a bit of moult to go. Looks a bit like he needs a good brush.
|male Superb Fairy-wren|
Two fantails were very busy indeed. They seemed most interested in me as I approached the bush and flew to within a metre of me on several occasions. I wondered if some territorial defence/nesting was going on.
|Eastern Yellow Robin|
|male Nankeen Kestrel|