Grenfell located in NSW's woodlands has been subjected to widespread clearing of the original vegetation. It is within the South West Slopes KBA (Key Biodiversity Area). KBAs are a global approach to identify and protect the world's nature hotspots to ensure that monitoring and implementation of conservation effort goes to the most important areas. The Company Dam in Grenfell and Weddin State Forest are good places to see birds.
Link to “Bird Trails of the Weddin Shire” for bird-watching sites.
Photo: Grey-crowned Babblers travel in family groups foraging amongst leaf litter and the bark of fallen trees for insects. They prefer open forests and woodlands.