A pardalote (Pardalotus punctatus) pair have been making their home in the Reserve for some time, now, and can be seen darting around the foliage of trees looking for insects. They’re so small and move so quickly, it’s hard (for us!) to get a decent shot but here’s a couple of the male and female.
Their embankment home looks like it’s seeing a lot of activity as the pair prepare their nest. Breeding season is June to January and it takes 19 days for incubation, according to the Birds In Backyards site.
(And, for some better images of Spotted pardalotes and their home, see Gouldiae’s Blog here.)