The Golden Whistler on the other hand is much easier. Being larger and mostly bright yellow it is easier to see, plus it advertises its presence with it's constant, whistling song. A very attractive and jolly little chap.
While at Booyong I spotted a flock of large, dark and very eerily noisy birds flying overhead. They flew with a very deep, slow and fluid wingbeat so I realised they were something interesting. I headed off in that direction and sure enough found a group of Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoos in a tree plantation, on private land but fortunately not too far from the road.