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crimson rosella

  1. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    juvenile Crimson Rosella
  2. Where's the crimson?

    Where's the crimson?

    Such a complex species this one. This Crimson Rosella is actually a yellow version of the form known as the Adelaide Rosella, which had been split but then re-lumped. Then there's another one called Yellow Rosella! Don't know what happened yesterday, thought I'd posted this but must have...
  3. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella
  4. Making life difficult

    Making life difficult

    Really not the greatest of pictures, but the best I got of this Lifer that day, and didn't really improve on that at any time during my time in South Australia. This is a Crimson Rosella, a large group, with Adelaide being part. There's discussions on splitting them.... will it happen? They are...
  5. Another tree beauty

    Another tree beauty

    Aren't they stunning!!! I'd first seen one of these Crimson Rosellas the day before in the Springbrook mountains and here was another up at O'Reilly's and in a pretty tree too (well it was, I seem to have cut out all the lovely flowers..... ooops!
  6. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella
  7. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella
  8. Tea for two

    Tea for two

    The guest house cafe was well named, as there were a few Crimson Rosellas around. Here's just a pair of them. Beauties, aren't they. I remain confused about how to identify some of the subspecies!!!
  9. Adelaide Rosella

    Adelaide Rosella

    This is the Adelaide version of the Crimson Rosella.
  10. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

  11. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

  12. Crimson Rosellas

    Crimson Rosellas

    Adult and immature Crimson Rosellas, photo taken thru hotel window fly-screen
  13. Adelaide

    Adelaide

    I get a bit lost with these Rosellas. Think I've got this right though. This is a Crimson Rosella, which at some point may be split off (and I think may already have been by some) as an Adelaide Rosella. It's yellow, where the Crimson is red, but not another potential split (Yellow Rosella)...
  14. Crimson

    Crimson

    When I caught up with Hans and Judy it was to find them surrounded by birds (of course!)!! First up I was to be re-acquainted with the gorgeous Crimson Rosella, that I'd first seen the previous day! I sure wasn't complaining about that LOL
  15. In the shrubbery

    In the shrubbery

    The entrance was lined on both sides with shrubs, and there were feeders and water dishes around so birds were flitting about everywhere. Of course, here was a new Lifer for me this stunning Crimson Rosella, they even spilled out onto the side of the road.
  16. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    this is the true form of the Crimson Rosella,as it has always been known.Nowadays the Adelaide and Yellow Rosella are treated as races of this species,losing birders two ticks(what a shame!)
  17. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

  18. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

  19. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

  20. Back view

    Back view

    Have to share a back view of the Rosella as well, to show those lovely wing patterns.
  21. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Next bird we saw, as we turned our backs on the picnic area and headed across some forest to the woodland slope boardwalk, was this Crimson Rosella. Well, actually, we first saw a King Parrot, but he managed to hide from the camera and then this Rosella turned up instead. So two lifer ticks, but...
  22. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Took this photo on a recent trip to New Zealand. Originally from Australia these are the offspring of escaped or released cage birds that have formed breeding colonies in some parts of the country.
  23. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Brightened up a very dull morning.
  24. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

    Another photograph taken by Sue.
  25. Crimson Rosella

    Crimson Rosella

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