The understory was growing well, and there were signs of the gum trees sprouting new leaves, but many of the larger trees were down.
There were plenty of birds though, and two Western Grey Kangaroos.
There were also plenty of Spiny-cheeked Honeyeaters, Red-rumped Parrots, and, of course, Willy Wagtails.
I did notice that there were very few small birds, no finches or thornbills, and only a single pair of Dusky Woodswallows.
The only raptor was a distant Brown Falcon.
I'll try to get back there in a few weeks time to see how things are going.