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South Bore Track, Murray-Sunset National Park

South Bore Track, Murray-Sunset National Park (Image ID 38854)
Photographed byJill Wilson on Fri 11th Oct, 2019 and uploaded on Sat 8th Feb, 2020 .
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ID38854
CommentTypical habitat of the Mallee Emu-wren and Striated Grasswren, while Red-lored Whistler may be found in the trees. The spinifex (Triodia) is tall and flourishing providing cover and nesting sites.
EquipmentSony RX100 MkII. Auto. F5.6, 1/500, ISO 160. Processed with Photoshop Elements 15.
LocationSouth Bore Track, Murray-Sunset National Park, Victoria. Murray-Sunset, Hattah & Annuello KBA
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