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  1. A little goldy perched on the bush

    A little goldy perched on the bush

    Again, In my garden testing out my new Canon 100-400 F5.6 Mark ii. All I can say is wow! I recently bought the Sigma 100-400 F6.3 which I have to say is a great lens and very sharp. But for me, the Canon focuses fast, grabs it straight away and is super, super sharp. So the Sigma 100-400 is...
  2. Lori having lunch

    Lori having lunch

    A photo I took today of one of many Rainbow Lorikeets having a feed in the next doors pepper tree they just go nuts when its in flower
  3. Little Bee-eater

    Little Bee-eater

    Bee-eaters along with Rollers are two of the families I just cannot get enough photos of. They are such beautiful birds and know just how to tempt you into taking another shot and another and another ...
  4. Brown-throated Sunbird

    Brown-throated Sunbird

    The male Brown-throated Sunbird is a bird with multiple colours. Its iridescent upperparts is especially striking.
  5. Blue-eared Kingfisher, Alcedo meninting

    Blue-eared Kingfisher, Alcedo meninting

    Blue-eared Kingfisher, Alcedo meninting, is a stunningly beautiful bird with brilliant gem like plumage. Photographed at night while boating down the Kinabatangan River, Sukau, Sabah, North Borneo, East Malaysia, Southeast Asia.
  6. Blue-eared Kingfisher, Alcedo meninting

    Blue-eared Kingfisher, Alcedo meninting

    Blue-eared Kingfisher, Alcedo meninting is a stunningly beautiful bird with brilliant gem like plumage. Photographed at night while boating down the Kinabatangan River, Sukau, Sabah, North Borneo, East Malaysia, Southeast Asia.
  7. Lilac Breasted Roller, Coracias caudata

    Lilac Breasted Roller, Coracias caudata

    Lilac Breasted Roller, Coracias caudata, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa. The group gets its name from the aerial acrobatics some of these birds perform during courtship or territorial flights. They are monogamous and nest in an unlined hole in a tree or in masonry, and lay 24...
  8. Portrait of Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus

    Portrait of Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus

    Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus. Alternative names are: Swainsons Loris, Blue Mountain Lorikeets, Bluey, & Green Collar Lorikeets. The Rainbow Lorikeet mostly forages on the flowers of shrubs or trees to harvest nectar and pollen, but also eats fruits, seeds and some insects...
  9. Lilac-breasted Roller, Coracias caudatus

    Lilac-breasted Roller, Coracias caudatus

    Profile portrait of a Lilac Breasted Roller, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, East Africa. The group gets its name from the aerial acrobatics some of these birds perform during courtship or territorial flights. They are monogamous and nest in an unlined hole in a tree or in masonry, and lay...
  10. Portrait of Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus

    Portrait of Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus

    Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus. Alternative names are: Swainsons Loris, Blue Mountain Lorikeets, Bluey, & Green Collar Lorikeets. The Rainbow Lorikeet mostly forages on the flowers of shrubs or trees to harvest nectar and pollen, but also eats fruits, seeds and some insects...
  11. Rainbow Lorikeet Pair, Trichoglossus moluccanus

    Rainbow Lorikeet Pair, Trichoglossus moluccanus

    Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus moluccanus. Alternative names are: Swainsons Loris, Blue Mountain Lorikeets, Bluey, & Green Collar Lorikeets. The Rainbow Lorikeet mostly forages on the flowers of shrubs or trees to harvest nectar and pollen, but also eats fruits, seeds and some insects...
  12. Male Eclectus Parrot, eclectus roratus macgillivrayi

    Male Eclectus Parrot, eclectus roratus macgillivrayi

    Male Eclectus Parrot (eclectus roratus macgillivrayi) perching in a tree. From the northern part of Cape York, Queensland, Australia. Also other subspecies in New Guinea and other islands. The diet of the eclectus is mainly fruits, unripe nuts, flower and leaf buds, and some seeds.
  13. Long tailed Glossy Starling, Lamprotornis caudatus

    Long tailed Glossy Starling, Lamprotornis caudatus

    Long tailed Glossy Starling, Lamprotornis caudatus, Maasi Mara, Kenya, East Africa
  14. Female_Stonechat

    Female_Stonechat

  15. Male_Stonechat1

    Male_Stonechat1

  16. Rainbow Lorikeet

    Rainbow Lorikeet

    The noise these guys makes gives them away, but they can be hard to see in the trees despite their colours. This one was a bit cheekier than the rest.
  17. Peacock Butterfly

    Peacock Butterfly

    Peacock butterfly. Caught sunning itself at Hillend walking path, Edinburgh.
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