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Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater
Habitat
Woodland
Location
Gluepot Reserve, Waikerie, South Australia
Date taken
13/10/2019
Scientific name
Acanthagenys rufogularis
Equipment used
Canon EOS 90D with Canon EF 300mm f2.8L IS II USM + 2.0 extender 111
superb photo, Peter, excellent details and love those subtle colours, congratulations, many tfs!!!
 
A wonderful detailed and colourfully taken close up Pete. A brilliant capture, well done.
 
a superb outstanding close-up pete...wonderful detail...many thanks....enjoyed watching your vid buddy lovely....
 
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Sharp, detailed image! Now I know why s/he is called "spiny cheeked" !
 
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Seems to be so many Honeyeaters down under and this is one smashing closeup of this Honeyeater Peter! Beautifully captured guy!
 
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Such nice looking birds these Peter and this is taken beautifully my friend.

An excellent job lad - many thanks for showing him to us.
 

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