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

south australia

  1. Grey Teal

    Grey Teal

  2. Little Grassbird

    Little Grassbird

    We have visited Laratinga Wetlands 61 times over the years, and this is the first decent photo I've got! Normally they skulk in the reeds.
  3. Crested Pigeon

    Crested Pigeon

  4. Black-shouldered Kite

    Black-shouldered Kite

  5. Golden Spider Wasp

    Golden Spider Wasp

    I inquired at iNaturalist and was told it was either Cryptocheilus australis or C. bicolor
  6. Grey Fantail

    Grey Fantail

  7. Musk Lorikeet

    Musk Lorikeet

  8. Little Pied Cormorant

    Little Pied Cormorant

  9. Crested Pigeon

    Crested Pigeon

  10. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

  11. Australian Spotted Crake

    Australian Spotted Crake

  12. Rainbow Bee-eater

    Rainbow Bee-eater

  13. Baillon's Crake

    Baillon's Crake

  14. Brown-headed Honeyeater

    Brown-headed Honeyeater

    I see my camera was still set to Costa Rica time!
  15. Common Bronzewing (f)

    Common Bronzewing (f)

  16. Common Bronzewing (m)

    Common Bronzewing (m)

  17. Black-shouldered Kite

    Black-shouldered Kite

  18. White-naped Honeyeater

    White-naped Honeyeater

  19. Australian Spotted Crake

    Australian Spotted Crake

  20. Square-tailed Kite

    Square-tailed Kite

  21. Square-tailed Kite

    Square-tailed Kite

    The Square-tailed Kites are nesting in our local park as usual.
  22. Catching up

    Catching up

    On our drive out of Browns Road, saw a wee flock of White-winged Chough feeding just behind the fence. I followed them for a bit, struggling to get pictures as they always seem to hid behind grass or branches. I did manage this focused shot in the end, was quite pleased with the result.
  23. A bit better this one

    A bit better this one

    On our way out of this woodland, I came across another Grey Currawong and managed a slightly better image this time. But they do seem to be a little shy, don't they.
  24. Waking up

    Waking up

    More wandering around in the woodland, which unusually was really very open , we came across a gorgeous wee Australian Owlet Nightjar was just waking up from his roost. A few pictures at distance then we quickly moved on to let him get on with whatever he next wanted to do. Thank goodness for...
  25. Enjoying the view

    Enjoying the view

    We were having a lovely wander in the open woodland area at Browns Road, not a lot of shade there though. Having seen my first Grey Currawong when we were staying with Ken and Dora at the beginning of my South Australia stay, and another (getting my first pictures of one), here I was to see one...