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Crimson Chat
This adult male Crimson Chat was photographed collecting insects to feed to its young at the base of a spinifex grass clump. These birds are nomadic and appear at places irregularly, breed and leave almost as fast!
Spinifex sandhill
Santos, SW Queensland, Australia
Date taken
09/ 2004
Scientific name
Epthianura tricolor
Equipment used
Canon 20D, 100-400 zoom
Staff member
Stunning bird and an excellent capture. By the sounds of it, it's not too surprising that this bird has been absent form our galleries. Many thanks for the new one.
Hello all,

Thanks very much for the compliments! Its very much appreciated.



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