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# Date Location Species Notes
1 10-04-2013 Jim Masters Reserve Zebra Finch 3 birds not seen this far west as a rule
2 20-04-2015 'Pulcherrimus' property Yellow-plumed Honeyeater This bird has not been on this property for a number of years but is heard, currently, daily from 13.04.15.
3 13-02-2015 Avon River near Newcastle bridge in town Yellow-billed Spoondbill At least 10 yellow-billed spoonbills feeding in river.
4 15-11-2014 Avon River, Millards Pool Yellow-billed Spoonbill Photographed
5 18-03-2017 Avon River-Toodyay West Bridge Yellow Spoonbill 7.45am - Up to 25 birds wading downstream from the West Toodyay Bridge. Sunny weather - no photo taken.
6 22-03-2017 Flying downstream over Connor Bridge Yellow spoonbill 7.50am - a lone bird flying downstream in the vicinity of Connor Bridge.
7 07-03-2016 Wandoo Circle, Toodyay Yellow plumed honey eater Bathing and drinking at the birdbath
8 29-10-2012 6 Mt Anderson Street, Toodyay wren A pair of wrens have been around the house for a couple of weeks now. This is the first year they have come and stayed for any length of time. The male keeps attacking the windows.
9 14-03-2014 Bindoon Dewars Pool Road Woylies
10 11-05-2014 Coming up our steps, then along our path Wood Duck Maybe looking for last year's nesting site
11 31-08-2014 129 Stirlingia Drive, driveway to house Wood Duck Mother with five ducklings crossing driveway
12 27-02-2014 Toodyay Wood Centipede (Allothereua) It is commonly known as a wood centipede belonging to the genus Allothereua. They are fast running little predators and can bite though rarely inclined to do so. They often can be found under peeling bark or among fallen branches. I donít know much about them but can say they often turn up in pitfall traps in Kings Park and right through the southwest out to the Goldfields.
13 06-04-1994 Woodland Heights, Toodyay Woma Python Stewart Moir had a Woma python brought to him by his neighbours. It was about 6' long.
14 31-07-1996 Tammin Woma Positive ID of Woma 11.03.96 approx 6' in length Steven Bluck, Northam
15 08-04-1996 Woodlands Height, Toodyay Woma Sandy Smith said the description of the Woma fits that of a small reptile she stepped over 4 years previously.
16 09-04-1996 Marri Glades, Toodyay Woma Marie Connolly states she positively saw a Woma which had been resting beneath a Blackboy on her property Lot 10. It moved off and down a rabbit burrow. Early spring 1995. David Pearson taken to meet Marie with a northern Woma he had with him. she said it was the most beautiful creature.
17 04-12-2013 End of Leake Rd, Coondle Willy Wagtail & Magpie Tiny willy wagtail agressively harrassing an adult magpie who was in his tree, chased the much larger bird off.
18 21-11-2012 12 Drummond Street willy wagtail Eating cicada on the road. This afternoon while at Beth's front door I heard a cicada stopping and starting its shrill call, then saw it was in the middle of the road being attacked and eaten by a willy wagtail. A pair have been inhabiting Drummond Street this past month.
19 04-03-2016 6 Mt Anderson Street, Toodyay Willy wagtail Having a drink and bath in the birdbath this morning. Haven't seen one for quite some time.
20 15-06-2014 Dumbarton Road Bridge Willie Wagtail

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