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Recent content by Mike Jarvis

  1. Mike Jarvis

    digiscoping adapter

    It works with my Galaxy S5.
  2. Mike Jarvis

    Leicestershire and Rutland Birding/Local Patches

    Thanks Adrian, Read with interest, anticipate checking out the same in a few weeks when I come over for the Birdfair. Mike
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    Leicestershire and Rutland Birding/Local Patches

    Hello to anyone following this thread... I am a birding guide in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia and coming to the UK Birdfair in August with two other NT guides. We will be manning the Tourism NT stand at the fair. After the fair we plan to spend some serious birding time in the area and...
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'unknown finch ID please'

    Definitely Red-browed Finch. Introduced to Perth area, native to eastern Australia.
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'unkown'

    nice shot of a Pallid Cuckoo
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Male Rufous Whistler'

    Nice shot Neil, for a bird that bounces around in thick foliage you were lucky to get him out in the open!
  7. Turquoise Beauty

    Turquoise Beauty

    This male and his mate, look closely in the grass behind him, as well as about a dozen other Hooded Parrots were feeding close to the camp grounds at Pine Creek, Northern Territory. They are locally common to the area but very restricted in their range.
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Barking owl chick'

    Priceless!!
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Blue Eared Kingfisher (Female)'

    Beautiful shot, thanks for sharing
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Green Magpie'

    Great shot of a beautiful bird, thanks for sharing.
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Gouldian Finch'

    Hello Robert, you must get in touch with me if you visiting Darwin. The best time to see Gouldians is from June to September, when waterholes are reliable spots to see them and many other small birds.. Late wet season a lot of the waterholes have dried up completely and in the height of the wet...
  12. Gouldian Finch

    Gouldian Finch

    While parked on the side of a bush track, watching the antics of some Long-tailed Finches, this perfect male red-headed phase Gouldian Finch flew up and 'modeled' for us. The photo was taken from the vehicle.
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Bokmakierie'

    Black and gold special! Lovely picture, thanks for sharing.
  14. Mike Jarvis

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'White naped Honeyeater'

    Nice effort... I miss the Karri country!
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    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Osprey'

    Amazing, thanks for sharing
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