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  1. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Forest Kingfisher'

    Super shot Ken Alex
  2. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Pacific Baza'

    Superb. Alex
  3. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Letting it trickle down'

    Sexes are alike. Almost impossible to differentiate between them. Have banded __ringed about 1400 and desnpite careful study still not able to give a definite opinion (except a breeding female) Alex
  4. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Peregrine Falcon juvenile'

    Outstanding. Alex
  5. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Bourke's Parrot in flight'

    Super shot Alex
  6. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Spring-Summer - 376'

    Fantastic Alex
  7. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Himalayas - 457'

    Cracking shot Amok. Alex
  8. Pigeon pie

    Pigeon pie

    Sparrowhawk lunch
  9. Sparrowhawk

    Sparrowhawk

    In a Central London garden
  10. Tiger1

    Two Months of Lifers Down Under

    I have never been a "list keeper " nor am i interested if some so called expert decides that a bird has one millionth of a percent of the X factor more than he thinks it should. The bird will go on living quite happily regardless of what i call it. I also don't record "lifers". Having visited...
  11. Tiger1

    Two Months of Lifers Down Under

    Swan River Honeyeater?. A new species for Australia? Alex
  12. Tiger1

    Two Months of Lifers Down Under

    The male and female firetails are extremely hard to separate. A.Y. Pepper wrote that in the breeding season the females ear patch goes more orange but despite having caught and banded a few hundred i have never been able to distinguish any difference. Peppers study birds were captive bred. Alex
  13. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Rufous treepie'

    Cracking shot Alex
  14. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Pink-eared Duck'

    Nice shot Peter Alex
  15. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Crimson Chat'

    Magic shot. Alex
  16. Buff Banded Rails

    Buff Banded Rails

    We now have three regulars, Two in this pic.
  17. Red Eared Firetail Finch

    Red Eared Firetail Finch

    Recently fledged. Note the luminous white gape spot at the base of the bill
  18. Osprey:s

    Osprey:s

    The one on the left has a fish.
  19. Rufous Treecreeper

    Rufous Treecreeper

    This one is practising on a fallen log
  20. Buff Banded Rail

    Buff Banded Rail

    rail has started visiting our garden daily and is becoming quite tame
  21. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Black and white (again)'

    Think its what we call a Black Shouldered Kite. Alex
  22. Straw necked ibiss

    Straw necked ibiss

    Straw necked Ibis at a farmers dam
  23. Living  dangerously

    Living dangerously

    This lizard was moving very slowly across the busy road. i stopped and held up the traffic till it reached safety
  24. White breasted robin

    White breasted robin

    quite common in this area
  25. Tiger1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Raptor - 83'

    Cracking shot Alex
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