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Continuing along the path, we'd now left the water's edge temporarily, but high in a tree someone spotted a Singing Honeyeater.

I eventually managed to get myself in position for a picture. It was so nice to see one again, having had just one previous sighting in the botanic gardens on our way to the Flinders Ranges.
Ephemeral lake in city centre
Lake Claremont, Perth, Western Australia
Date taken
17 November 2019
Scientific name
Gavicalis virescens
Equipment used
Nikon Coolpix P900 Birdwatching mode
So, so many Honeyeaters and focused upon beautifully amid all the branches D!
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Lovely shot, pose, setting, lighting and capture Delia, many tfs and a fine set today.
A wonderful shot you have of this Honeyeater Delia. A brilliant capture, well done.
well spotted, Delia, excellent photo of this singing honeyeater, well done, many tfs!!!
Congratulations on this capture D. Fabulous bird and a marvelous picture plus you got to heard it singing. Superb!

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