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  1. Crimson Chat (f)

    Crimson Chat (f)

  2. Crimson Chat (f)

    Crimson Chat (f)

  3. Crimson Chat ( F )

    Crimson Chat ( F )

  4. Happy Christmas

    Happy Christmas

    This is to wish all my friends on Birdforum a happy Christmas. Or at least as happy as it's possible to be this difficult year. Take care my friends. I can't believe how lucky I was to have had that incredible holiday in Australia last year, so this is a reminder of better times.
  5. Crimson daddy

    Crimson daddy

    As promised, here's the father of the young chat I showed you earlier. He was on his way to give him a breakfast top-up.
  6. Sweet one

    Sweet one

    ... and then... further along the fence Peter spotted the birds which were the main reason for this visit. The most gorgeous Crimson Chat. You'll have to wait for the showy male, this is his child!
  7. Crimson Chat (f)

    Crimson Chat (f)

    I've been immersed in the 2nd folk club virtual concert which is coming on nicely.
  8. Crimson Chat (f)

    Crimson Chat (f)

  9. Chatty

    Chatty

    The next Lifer at Bowra was this beautiful Crimson Chat.... but oh my how difficult it was to get a picture! The best part of 10 minutes chasing them up and down the track trying to find one out in the open as they found something really interesting to eat in the plants on the verge!! It was...
  10. Crimson Chat

    Crimson Chat

  11. Crimson Chat (f)

    Crimson Chat (f)

  12. Crimson Chat, m & juv

    Crimson Chat, m & juv

  13. SF.  Marilyn eat your heart out...

    SF. Marilyn eat your heart out...

    Female Chat battling with the wind!
  14. Crimson Chat (juv)

    Crimson Chat (juv)

  15. Crimson Chat (f)

    Crimson Chat (f)

  16. Crimson Chat

    Crimson Chat

    These birds normally live in the outback, but maybe because of the drought they have moved south, so it was exciting to see this one 65 kilometres south-east of Adelaide!
  17. Crimson Chat

    Crimson Chat

    A spectacular bird - shame I couldn't get closer. These birds are nomadic throughout central Australia. Another rare visitor to Birdforum.
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