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  1. Weiss1

    Lots of birds from Sabah, Borneo

    Thanks for the help guys. Still not sure on this one, my book says that Thick-billed has a plain olive-green throat and breast compared to the white throat and yellow breast of the Little Spiderhunter. I've got another shot here but i can't judge the colour that well...
  2. Weiss1

    Lots of birds from Sabah, Borneo

    Sorry for having so many :p I have the phillips' field guide but some of those raptors and flycatchers are just such a headache! Anyway here we go: 1. Possible Bat-hawk? Was found outside Gomantong caves. http://i.imgur.com/8kqoA.jpg http://i.imgur.com/pOIlj.jpg...
  3. Uneasy Truce

    Uneasy Truce

    This Galah was not happy with his company! But the Hobby seemed pretty disinterested :)
  4. Weiss1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Brown Hawk-Owl'

    Beautiful shot. Love the pose too, looks like he's shaking a fist at you :P
  5. Mallee Ringneck

    Mallee Ringneck

    The Mallee Ringneck is a subspecies of the Australian Ringneck. Beautiful parrots but they are very flighty!
  6. Sacred Kingfisher

    Sacred Kingfisher

  7. Sacred Kingfisher

    Sacred Kingfisher

    This was a great spot for kingfishers, nice big boardwalk to view them from.
  8. Splendid Fairywren

    Splendid Fairywren

    Gah, these guys are very hard to get out in the open! Spent a few hours trying to get a good shot of this one.
  9. Splendid Fairywren

    Splendid Fairywren

    Singing out for his mate.
  10. Red-capped Robin

    Red-capped Robin

    One of my favourite birds, get a big grin whenever I see one :)
  11. Common Bronzewing

    Common Bronzewing

    Light was hitting the wing just right in this shot.
  12. Common Bronzewing

    Common Bronzewing

    Male Common Bronzewing. Found this guy wandering around a golf course so he was pretty tame!
  13. Variegated Fairywren

    Variegated Fairywren

    There's an out-of-focus branch cutting off its back so i thought i'd try a closer crop.
  14. Splendid Fairywren

    Splendid Fairywren

    Sometimes you get lucky and there's a gap in the branches :P
  15. Red-backed Kingfisher

    Red-backed Kingfisher

    Spotted this one on a power-line from the car :)
  16. Weiss1

    Unknown Mallee birds, australia

    Grr another pipit :p Thanks for the help everyone.
  17. Weiss1

    Unknown Mallee birds, australia

    Here's some more pics of it if they help :
  18. Weiss1

    Unknown Mallee birds, australia

    Thanks for the help guys. yay for a Fieldwren :)
  19. Weiss1

    Unknown Mallee birds, australia

    Could someone help me ID these birds? 1. Rufous Songlark? 2. Some sort of cuckoo (helpful, I know) 3. Australasian Pipit? 4. Rufous Fieldwren? 5. Think it's Red-capped Robin but want to rule out anything else. Thanks in advance.
  20. Weiss1

    Brown Honeyeater? Northern Territory

    Thanks, that's actually a new tick for me :) Really pays to look over the old photos again.
  21. Weiss1

    Brown Honeyeater? Northern Territory

    Hey everyone, Is this just a juvenile Brown Honeyeater or is it possible for it to be something else? Doesn't have that little yellow eyepatch so i wasn't sure. Thanks in advance.
  22. Weiss1

    New 300 & 400 f2.8s

    It must be a typo, the Canon site says 2.7m which is .3 off from the old version.
  23. Weiss1

    New 300 & 400 f2.8s

    New 400/2.8 is lighter than the old 500/4 which seems like a pretty huge improvement Can't wait to see some more info on the new 500/4 and 600/4
  24. Weiss1

    Comment by 'Guest' in media 'Hide and seek.'

    Nice one. I haven't seen this one yet so personally I wouldn't mind a few less fairy-wrens and a few more cuckoos :P
  25. Weiss1

    Raptors, Vic Australia

    Thanks for the replies. I had dismissed them as Whistling Kites at the time..i guess they haven't changed since then :P
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