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  1. White bellied Cuckoo-shrike

    White bellied Cuckoo-shrike

    This beautiful bird is not a regular to my backyard, so it was a wonderful sight to see. I was also lucky enough to capture it's call. Here is the link if you would like to hear him. https://youtu.be/mrEYNXgQ-ng. I hope it is alright to post this link.
  2. Spotted Pardalote

    Spotted Pardalote

    Every year these lovely little birds come to my wood pile and collect bark for nesting.
  3. Australian Magpies

    Australian Magpies

    I think this is an adult magpie teaching its young one the art of survival or telling it, it is time to go. When you have backyard birds it's amazing what you get to see.
  4. Eastern Koel's (storm/rain birds)-Here, We Go Round the Mulberry Bush

    Eastern Koel's (storm/rain birds)-Here, We Go Round the Mulberry Bush

    I had heard these birds off in the distance for many years and finally they arrived in my backyard and I got to film both male and female together. They love the Mulberries..
  5. American Robin

    American Robin

    She is full of life with such a sweet cheerful song.
  6. American Goldfinch.jpg

    American Goldfinch.jpg

    Male or female don't know. Same old birds? Yes for laughing out loud.
  7. Tricolored Heron.jpg

    Tricolored Heron.jpg

    Formerly called the "Louisiana Heron, "this is one of the most abundant herons in the Deep South.
  8. Guard duty?

    Guard duty?

    I think this is the smallest of the Australian cormorants and it is the most common; found virtually throughout Australia. He was sitting on a fence post marking the end of the protected area of the beach. Probably there to ensure no-one wandered down there by mistake... what do you think?
  9. Satin

    Satin

    The Satin Bowerbird came back and wandered really close to my little hide.... just had to take this didn't I. He seemed desperate for me to take his picture and I really didn't mind as he's so beautiful.
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