Another early morning start, spent a couple of hours birding the northwest corner of Sturt National Park on foot. Birding was pretty quiet but we did get Crimson Chat and our first Chirruping Wedgebill for the park
Hit the road back to Tibooburra, taking a one kilometre detour up to Fortville Gate. The ground tank here had water and we got Orange Chat and Bourke's Parrot.
A quick pull in at Fort Grey campground, no birds, and then we continued to bird our way back to town, stopping at a few tanks that had water but didn't find anything new. Fuelled up in Tibooburra, then headed north back to Horton Park ruins. Sat in the shade by the water for an hour watching the coming and goings, including a pair of nesting Nankeen Kestrel.
Visited South Meyers tank again, but not many birds were present. Unfortunately I think the resident feral cat might have something to do with that. Then further along Jump Up Loop Road to Mount King ground tank. A few species added to the trip list, White-breasted Woodswallow and Greater Bluebonnet. Back to South Meyers, saw the cat again, not many birds came in to drink. Headed back to Dead Horse Gully to camp for the night. It was dark by the time we arrived.