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Tour 2 - Blake Reserve  

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Drive north-west along Cressy Street , around two roundabouts, until
Cressy Street ends at a T-intersection. Turn left into Fowler Street. After two
crossroads, you will come to Blake Reserve (GPS 35° 31 25S; 144° 57
15E), a botanic garden of indigenous plants. It is worth spending up to an
hour birding in the garden. The plants on display include Weeping
Pittosporum, Eremophila, Senna, Old Man Saltbush, eucalypts, wattles and
native grasses.
Many of the bush birds listed above are sometimes observed here. A few
waterbirds may be observed on the lake. Often, you will observe some birds
which you may not have observed in Island Sanctuary.
In summer, look for the Australian Reed Warbler and Little Grass Bird in
the reeds on the opposite side of Fowler Street.
Address:
Your Hosts: Deniliquin Visitor Information Centre
Phone: 03 58983120
Email: info@deniliquin.nsw.gov,au
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