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

sericornis frontalis

  1. Likes the scrub obviously

    Likes the scrub obviously

    There was also a White-browed Scrubwren foraging in the border; I think this is the female. One of the little guys that is quite easy to identify with that little white scribble on the wing patch.
  2. White-browed Scrubwren

    White-browed Scrubwren

    White-browed Scrubwren
  3. Bedtime shower

    Bedtime shower

    Back at John and Dora's in the evening light a White-browed Scrubwren was having a bath, which turned into a shower!! This is the nominate subspecies. Saturday Fun
  4. Positively evil!!!

    Positively evil!!!

    I wonder if it was my camera clicking, or if this White-browed Scrubwren was angry with his son for some reason LOL. As David commented yesterday... these guys always look cross!!
  5. Young teen

    Young teen

    I'd seen one of these before, but this was my first picture of a White-browed Scrubwren. This is a juvenile male and was lucky enough to realise that the parents were around too. Their pictures will follow.
  6. Call of the White-browed Scrubwren

    Call of the White-browed Scrubwren

    A bit agitated White-browed Scrubwren (Sericornis frontalis) calling in the Bunya Mountains National Park in 2014.
  7. Another old friend

    Another old friend

    Back at John and Dora's just before it got dark, there on the water bath was a wee White-browed Scrubwren. This is a different subspecies to the ones I'd seen further north; so perhaps he's a 'new' friend LOL
  8. And father makes 3

    And father makes 3

    I really couldn't believe it when dad also appeared on the scene. He looks really severe with that head-on pose, doesn't he. Another speedy guy, this was the only picture I got of him.
  9. Then mum

    Then mum

    .... appeared. Goodness, I didn't really expect that LOL, but there she was. Not such a good picture this one, but I only got two images of her I'm afraid.
  10. Little scrubby

    Little scrubby

    I'd had very fleeting flighty views of the White-browed Scrubwren when we were at O'Reilly's a week or so before but didn't get a picture. Here's a juvenile male. Obviously I had to have that pointed out to me, as I couldn't really see much difference between him and dad.
  11. White-browed Scrubwren

    White-browed Scrubwren

    Apologies for absence. What with video editing, laying pavers and having new carpets fitted life is a bit chaotic at the moment!
  12. White-browed Scrubwren

    White-browed Scrubwren

  13. White-browed Scrubwren

    White-browed Scrubwren

  14. White-browed Scrubwren

    White-browed Scrubwren

    One of the common birds of the Adelaide Hills, seen foraging around low down in dense undergrowth.
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