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Following me around!!
We finally made it to Gluepot, parked the car and wandered round to the hide.

There in front of us were some trees and below a long, narrow water trough..... and birds.... and more birds!! Flitting in and out landing on the trough, back to the trees. It was just non-stop activity and took me a while to allow my brain to settle.

So I'll start with this Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater, an old friend of mine from various sites in Queensland and already in South Australia!!
Arid outback station
Gluepot, Walkerie, South Australia
Date taken
1 November 2019
Scientific name
Acanthagenys rufogularis
Equipment used
Nikon Coolpix P900 Birdwatching mode
that`s just beautiful delia...a stunning shot...well done and many thanks...
This is one terrific closeup of this beautiful Honeyeater D and you captured it perfectly girl.
wow!! a real beauty, Delia, wonderful photo of this attractive honeyeater, congratulations, many tfs!!!
A good start Delia. And a great close up pose, detail and lighting. Brilliant, well done.

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