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  1. Rufous Bristlebird

    Rufous Bristlebird

    I've devoted the last few weeks to music. Tomorrow we fly to Cairns for two birding trips, to Cape York and then to Broome. Should come back with lots of photos.
  2. King Parrot 'scapularis' female

    King Parrot 'scapularis' female

  3. King Parrot 'scapularis' (imm f)

    King Parrot 'scapularis' (imm f)

    Taken on the south coast of Victoria, I believe this to be an immature female King Parrot of the 'scapularis' race
  4. SF  'You look that way and I'll look down here!'

    SF 'You look that way and I'll look down here!'

    These two were getting a bit worried about being left by the adults but soon found them down the paddock digging up the horses sand menage, (they make quite a few holes in the sand which is covered in weeds and grass as we don't have horses any more). Hope you all get a smile!
  5. SF  "I didn't mean to scare you!"

    SF "I didn't mean to scare you!"

    Another SF......the Galah youngsters were trying to make friends with the Rainbow Lorikeets without much success. The action started at 9am and continued for most of the morning with the adults leaving the babies here, got heaps of photos! Hope you all enjoy and get a good laugh out of their...
  6. SF  'Ready, set, GO'

    SF 'Ready, set, GO'

    Sorry I missed yesterday but still SF.........this morning I had a flock of Galahs and their youngsters arrive at the kitchen window, they were up to all sorts but thought this should give you all a smile, will try and post a couple more later on........hope you all enjoy. Stay safe!
  7. No fun!

    No fun!

    Thought I should share the continuing saga ………………..I was standing under the carport thinking of going to get the mail when this Brown Goshawk flew between the tank and the house and landed in the tree near the shed. I thought that it might stay there so went and got the camera, took a shot from...
  8. SF "Has it gone?"

    SF "Has it gone?"

    The Sparrows are a plenty at the moment and these guys were worried about the Brown Goshawk that has been hanging around lately...............hope you enjoy!
  9. pied stilt

    pied stilt

  10. SF "Do you come here often?"

    SF "Do you come here often?"

    The young female Galah was visiting for the first time and trying to make friends LOL .....the Galah is the off-spring of one of my regular pairs that come to my feeder every day, made for some great photos.............do hope gives you all a smile and keep safe! Apologies for no comments, have...
  11. Brown-headed Honeyeater-2.jpg

    Brown-headed Honeyeater-2.jpg

    Nice perch on a twig!
  12. Golden-headed Cisticola.jpg

    Golden-headed Cisticola.jpg

    Golden-headed Cisticola perched
  13. SF 'I spy with my little eye!'

    SF 'I spy with my little eye!'

    Hi all, one for SF.....Rainbows are always a source of amusement in this dismal climate LOL.................hope you all get a smile!
  14. Brown songlark

    Brown songlark

  15. Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater

    Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater

    Spiny-cheeked Honeyeater taken in afternoon at Mt Korong, Victoria
  16. Shy Heathwren

    Shy Heathwren

    Birding friends took me to this site where they had seen these birds before, they are not common and quite difficult to find.
  17. Weebill


    These small birds inhabit dry eucalypt forest and live off insects. Quite difficult to photograph!
  18. New Holland Honeyeater

    New Holland Honeyeater

    Trawling through some past photos at the moment, enjoyed bumping into this little guy again!
  19. chestnut teal (male)

    chestnut teal (male)

  20. little pied cormorant

    little pied cormorant

  21. Let me in!

    Let me in!

    For a few days we had a flock of Musk Lorikeets coming to the birdbath. Daytime temperatures were +/-40degC so they came in several times a day to drink.
  22. Great Blue Heron

    Great Blue Heron

    ssp fannini
  23. Bell Miner

    Bell Miner

    They don't sit still for long! Very active, clambering through branches and grasses.
  24. Forest Tent Larva

    Forest Tent Larva

    Forest Tent Larva (Malacosoma disstria: Lasiocampidae) These moth caterpillars average ca. 5.1 cm (2.0 in) long, however they have been reported to reach 12.7 cm (5.0 in) in length. Gulf Prairies and Marshes Vegetational Area. Roadside park northeast of Victoria, Victoria County, Texas, USA...
  25. Rufous Songlark.

    Rufous Songlark.

    Hi Peter and Delia this is the very ordinary brown bird that sings that beautiful tune. Very commom through out the area.