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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.


  1. bassian thrush

    bassian thrush

    A pair of Bassian Thrushes turned up near the local creek a few years in a row.
  2. Australian Shelduck

    Australian Shelduck

    These two females were calling from the top of a tree stump. I hope they found mates.
  3. Bombs Away

    Bombs Away

    I was after something else but took an opportunistic burst pf a pair of flying Shelducks. Only when I put them up on the pc did I see what was going on. I'm glad I wasn't underneath her.
  4. Semitorquatus Ringneck

    Semitorquatus Ringneck

    The semitorquatus race is distinguished by the scarlet frontal patch and green underparts. It is confined to SW Australia. This fellow was hanging around a cuddly animal farm and was quite tame.
  5. Australian Ringneck

    Australian Ringneck

    This is the SW race, semitorquatus.
  6. Australian Pied Oystercatcher

    Australian Pied Oystercatcher

    A group of about ten of these handsome birds was foraging along the river foreshore.
  7. Magpie with Zamia fruit

    Magpie with Zamia fruit

    For a change walked at Star Swamp this morning. It's the end of summer; the Zamia fruit is ripe and being enjoyed by Australian magpies.
  8. Reed-warbler


    Giving us a song, in better light than my previous image.
  9. Unlucky Damselfly

    Unlucky Damselfly

    Sorry for the blurry image, the light was poor.
  10. Need more honey, folks!

    Need more honey, folks!

    This is australian blue, faced honeyeater also known as bananabird.
  11. Australian Shoveler

    Australian Shoveler

    Having a bit of a stretch.
  12. Australian white ibis

    Australian white ibis

    This ibis was scavenging for food in a dustbin, in the Sydney harbour area.
  13. Australian Magpie, immature

    Australian Magpie, immature

    It caught a mole cricket, and dropped it a couple of times before eventually swallowing it.
  14. Australian Koel juvenile 42-46cm

    Australian Koel juvenile 42-46cm

    Changed from Pallid Cuckoo to correct mistake.


  16. Australian Spotted Crake

    Australian Spotted Crake

    Whilst sitting in the hide, waiting for Baillon's and Spotless Crakes, this handsome fellow came close by.
  17. Australian Spotted Crake

    Australian Spotted Crake

    This bird is bolder that the other two crakes and, although always staying alert for danger, ventures into the open water.
  18. Sub Adult Male King

    Sub Adult Male King

    what a cutie..I wish his colours would remain just so!
  19. Australian King Parrot

    Australian King Parrot

    This year...since Helen's visit, a whole extended family of Beerbarum-King parrots have stayed the adults less often but Sub adults and juveniles of both gender are such a joy to watch as their feathers take on either green4girls or Scarlet4boyz!
  20. Australian King Parrot

    Australian King Parrot

    It's wattle-seed season! At this time each year Australian King Parrots come for our wattle-seed. This year there have been several juviniles both genders and 2 adult males 1Adult female! More this year than anytime since we've been here!
  21. Australian King Parrot Male

    Australian King Parrot Male

    Such a friendly bird, he comes each morning lately. The Lorrikeets give him hell!
  22. Australian Reed-Warbler

    Australian Reed-Warbler

    Seems to be even more of these birds than usual in South Australia's Riverland. Beautiful song.
  23. Beerbarrum female

    Beerbarrum female

    A lovely Female Australian King Parrot and her mate came to visit...they do this every year, just as the wattles bloom, and then later to harvest the seed! A
  24. Noisy Friarbird

    Noisy Friarbird

    In the Forest i.e.backyard, this noisy friarbird stuck its head down into the leaves every time I tried to get a shot!! I did get this one eventually! A
  25. Australian King

    Australian King

    A friendly Male Australian King Parrot, here he investigates the leftovers after the rainbow Lorrikeets have been through!! A