Many leaves over an area of approx. 5x5 metres, growing on granitic soils among Leptospermum myrsinoides and a diverse assemblage of herbaceous species. Regionally significant due to current absence of records of this species in the Enfield State Forest and surrounding district.
This bird is in breeding colour... much brighter orange-rufous than the colours of the Red-necked Stint - I have left the Red-necked Stints in for comparisons. In the primary picture you can also see the white 'line' across the mantle (upper back) of which the two lines from the rear appear as a loose V and is one of the diagnostic features of a Little Stint.
Female (hind) Reed Deer captured on trail cam. In private land next to Wombat State Forest at Spring Hill 3444. Have seen up to 6 hinds at a time. None tagged or marked, living feral but possibly farm escapes originally.