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Karl Jones Oct 15
Eastern Spinebills are probably my favorite mesic honeyeaters, zipping about, almost hummingbird like, feeding on nectar. Found this male a few months ago on a gloomy day in Scott Creek, South Australia.
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Kerry Vickers Oct 17
White-faced Heron enjoying a shrimp breakfast at Yambuk on Friday
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Kerry Vickers 10h
Ruddy Turnstones near Port Fairy last week, not quite in their full glory, but bearing strong traces of breeding plumage from the northern summer
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Marc Anderson Oct 17
Superb Lyrebirds are famous for their mimicry. Recently I recorded this talented male rattling off imitations of at least 24 species within about 5 minutes, including some nocturnal species. Full recording here
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Kerry Vickers Oct 16
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Greg Roberts Oct 17
red-backed buttonquail today a rarity here on Ewen Maddock Dam
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Kathryn Selmes Oct 17
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David C. Simon Oct 15
A pair of young Rainbow Lorikeets.
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Kerry Vickers Oct 18
Pallid Cuckoo, Black-shouldered Kite & Australian Shelduck... some of the more unexpected visitors seen here at home in recent years. The runs from today till Sunday... you never know what will turn up
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Dr Maggie J Watson Oct 16
confiding /kənˈfʌɪdɪŋ/ adjective: confiding 3. (Birding) Of a bird, allowing the close approach of humans.
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MurrumbidgeeLTIM Oct 14
We don’t often see broad-shelled turtles on land. This large female was travelling from a drying lagoon to a recently inundated wetland
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Geoff Steele Oct 17
Locking the house up to leave this morning and was surprised to see these two beauties feeding in the back yard. They scattered when they heard the shutter so good thing the first one worked out okay Pale-Headed Rosellas
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Kerry Vickers Oct 13
Yellow Rosella at Deniliquin, NSW ... from the archive
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Damian Michael Oct 15
One of the many bearded dragons encountered this week. Often erroneously called frill-necked lizards, but they can puff themselves up and expand their necks if they feel threatened.
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Bindi Vanzella Oct 16
Corellas at Kunama (near Batlow). Never seen or heard them here before. Been flying over all week - Morning to the east, evening to the west.
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Matt Greenlees Oct 15
It’s not too often these days I get to see NSW frog species that I’ve never seen before - especially close to home. Hello there Litoria nudidigitus in all your little green, chuckling, nude-toed glory! 🐸
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David C. Simon Oct 15
Young Rainbow Lorikeet in our callistemon.
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Phartiphukborlz 10h
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David C. Simon Oct 14
Two of today's King Parrot visitors.
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Lily Mae Martin Oct 15
Crimson rosella and sunflowers that I planted. ( When I plant flowers, I tend to plant an army of them... )
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