This morning, for the first time since the rains, I was able to walk through Kaurna Wetland Park to catch my bus to work. In the dawn light I could see that all of the pools and waterways were full!! The air was full of the sound of frogs calling, and I resolved to take a quick walk when I got home.
The frogs were still calling this evening, and a few birds were moving around. Nothing special, a few Willie Wagtails, Rainbow, Musk and Purple-crowned Lorikeets, Red Wattlebirds, Adelaide Rosellas and Galahs were all seen. Suprisingly, no waterbirds at all.
Below are a couple of views of parts of the wetland park, and the last picture is an Orange-eyed Green Tree Frog, taken at O'Reilly's in Lamington National Park on a trip to catch up with my good friend Jenny from the UK. You can read Jenny's blog at http://www.wrensnaturenotebook.blogspot.com/