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cincloramphus cruralis

  1. Brown songlark

    Brown songlark

  2. Brown Songlark

    Brown Songlark

    I have been away for a few weeks in the goldfields and down on the south coast of WA ( looking for Starlings!). I had the opportunity to snap a few birds while I was away.I am always fascinated by the way this bird flys ,with its legs dangling down
  3. Brown Songlark

    Brown Songlark

    A heavy crop, lens lust is alive and well, less than 300mm is just not enough range. A new bird for me, so thought I would share.
  4. 'Another New Bird!!!...

    'Another New Bird!!!...

    Hi everyone, just had to share this guy! Pete and I had been down the back road to our place as we didn't have time to go out too far, I found the female Galah in the hollow of the tree where they had nested last year but no bubs then! Looked for the Striated Pardalote at the nest hole... but...
  5. Brown Songlark for database

    Brown Songlark for database

    Second shot lost in crash.This was a new bird for me, our farm and BF, so it was a great way to start the year. Male brown songlark (songbird) is the only Australian bird with with fawn crown contrasted with sooty-brown face and breast.
  6. Data base

    Data base

    Lost in the crash. This was a new bird for me, our farm and BF, so it was a great way to start the year. Male brown songlark (songbird) is the only Australian bird with with fawn crown contrasted with sooty-brown face and breast.
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