|From the floor of that valley to where we are standing is about 4.5 kilometers of the steepest road I have ever driven. But it is drivable and worth the effort.|
|The range map of the Eungella Honeyeater. The blue dot actually a little bit too large.|
|Eungella Honeyeater, Linchenostomus hindwoodi|
We got gorgeous views, even though they remained often hidden and in constant motion. I got some barely recording photos, but I was grateful for those. Could I have spent another hour or so using a lot of playback and possibly gotten a better photo? Maybe. But as I have said, this journey is not about the photos. It is about experiencing the birds. And part of the experience of the Eungella Honeyeater is that it is an illusive bird that can be difficult to see. We saw it and I am grateful!
|Eungella Honeyeater Lifer Selfie on top of the mountain and on top of the world! We did it!|
Birds. Peace. Love. Earth. Laughter. Music.