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Sigden Sep 14
Wild cockatiel at Gum Hole, Diamantina National Park
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Farmering Dad Aug 4
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Kerry Vickers Sep 15
Banded Lapwings near Beeac on Friday... for waders they appeared none to keen on getting their feet wet
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Simon Hall Sep 15
More birds out and about after the snow weekend. These pardalotes were proving hard to photograph before this day and then i find four of them! The yellow spots on the head means its a female. . . .
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Sigden Sep 14
Masked woodswallow at Noonbah station
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David Hamilton Jul 21
Good slow-motion look at the bounding gait of a Tasmanian devil Note how the front feet land apart, while the back feet land in parallel - this creates a characteristic pattern in devil (& quoll) tracks
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Sally McManus Jul 19
A pair of Purple crowned fairy wrens
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RohanClarke Jul 6
Friendly Tiwi Island Carpet Python. This one really was 6 foot. Fat and healthy thanks to intact native mammal community.
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Robin Sinclair Sep 13
Saw this gorgeous rose robin in Melbourne's Royal Park today.
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Tracey Kreplins Sep 17
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Greg Roberts Sep 14
First steps of newly hatched Aust brush turkey at home
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Sydney Birdbath 🕊(James) Sep 17
Pied Currawong eating fairy floss! Aussie birds love the sugary lerp / manna / honeydew on the leaves: watch the currawong skimming the leaves in slow motion!
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Simon Hall Sep 16
These gang gangs are some of my favourite creaky visitors. They come around twice a year: spring and autumn. The female colouring is not as out there as the male but i like the subtlety . . .
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Sydney Birdbath 🕊(James) Aug 18
Rainbow Lorikeets and a Pied Currawong put up with each other to share a drink. It's very dry in Sydney, so please give the birds water!
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David C. Simon Sep 17
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Jack Ashby Sep 16
have backward pointing hind feet. This allows them to: - sink vertically into the ground when threatened, by doing jazz-hands with all four feet. - use their toes to reach up and scratch between their spines.
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Leo Sep 15
It's ! Here's a Red-capped Plover chick at Mogareeka from a few years ago.
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Michael L Aug 23
Saw the most endangered bird in Australia this morning - there are less than 50 wild orange-bellied parrots left and their fate looks pretty grim. Amazing to see one, but heartbreaking as well.
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Melbourne Birding Tours Aug 1
Male Gang Gang Cockatoo usually detected by the sound of crunching seeds,they sound like a creaky door
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Kerry Vickers Sep 17
Little Raven working hard for a meal at Port Fairy this afternoon... under the watchful eye of a Willie Wagtail
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