The afternoon was spent at the Pivot Fields which had certainly changed since last year's visit. A small build up of water near a creek was a small haven for birds. Stopping to feed, drink and bathe the diversity of birds species was amazing.
Yellow Wagtail (Black-headed)
Moving away from the water, we spotted the following birds on the grassland.
The Bank Myna birds were a lifer species and there must have been a flock of 30 birds feeding.