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ZEISS DTI thermal imaging cameras. For more discoveries at night, and during the day.

psephotus varius

  1. Mulga Parrot

    Mulga Parrot

    With Australian Ringneck behind. My last post for a while, we're preparing to fly to Costa Rica.
  2. Mulga Parrot

    Mulga Parrot

  3. Mulga Parrot (f) and Mallee Ringneck

    Mulga Parrot (f) and Mallee Ringneck

  4. Mulga Parrot

    Mulga Parrot

  5. A one off

    A one off

    Still out of the car after photographing the woodswallow, I spotted this Mulga Parrot. The only one I saw on my trip. Rather pretty parrots these I think, even though he was keeping very much in the shade due to the extreme heat that day.
  6. In the right habitat

    In the right habitat

    My book says these parrots like dry arid country! Well it couldn't have been much drier (nor hotter) when I was there (it was up to about 41c when I was there and there'd been no rain for a long time! Guess Mulga Parrots have adapted well to the conditions. Another Lifer of course.
  7. SF :  Mooning!

    SF : Mooning!

  8. Mulga Parrot

    Mulga Parrot

  9. Mulga Parrot

    Mulga Parrot

    Another of the Mallee birds.