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Des Howley 20h
A Brahminy Kite at Horseshoe bay Magnetic Island .
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Kerry Vickers Aug 2
Pink Cockatoos in North West Victoria, previously unpublished photo from the archives
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David C. Simon Jul 28
Also today, the triumphant return of our local Tawny Frogmouths! They were far less excited to see me than I them.
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bret coleman Aug 2
A female powerful owl after 12 weeks in the hollow and the freshly fledged progeny - about 6 weeks old I think.
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Kerry Vickers Jul 25
Double-banded Plovers at Yambuk this morning, moulting into breeding plumage... known as Banded Dotterels or Pohowera in New Zealand where they will be returning shortly
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Neralie Aug 2
My regular Kookaburra friends taken through the front window just now.
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Dσυɠʅαʂ Dιҽʅʅҽ Aug 1
Just spotted a not too inconspicuous Tawny Frogmouth having a siesta at my local bushland 🧐
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Kerry Vickers Jul 31
Bassian Thrush at Naringal this afternoon... instinctively it froze, trusting that its camouflage would enable it to disappear in plain sight... but it couldn't resist a sneaky look over the shoulder
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David C. Simon 24h
Australian King Parrot, young male.
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Heath Milne Jul 30
Male Orange Chat from north-west New South Wales.
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Tim Barlow Aug 2
Staying at home in this CoVid era, the White-browed Scrub-wrens are home schooling their kids in our bike helmets
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Carol Probets 7h
I had a visitor with two-tone eyes 😍
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Kerry Vickers Jul 31
Black-shouldered Kite in search of its next meal near Terang yesterday
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Kerry Vickers Jul 28
Great Egret at Yambuk on Sunday, turning fishing into an art form
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Kerry Vickers Jul 26
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Caitlin Henderson (She's got Legs) Jul 26
I just have one thing to say and I'm just gonna say it once, so you need to listen up. Flat Spiders hold their knees together like they constantly need to pee. ----- Trochanteriid, I suspect Morebilus fumosus but don't ask me to bet anything important on it. QLD, Aus.
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Kerry Vickers Jul 28
Nankeen Kestrel near Mortlake this afternoon
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David C. Simon Jul 28
Picked up the camera again today (sorry I'm not doing this as often right now), and a pair of Sulphur-crested Cockatoos stopped by!
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Kerry Vickers Aug 1
Long-billed Corellas look at home on the coast as well as inland... this one perched with several companions atop a limestone cliff overlooking the Southern Ocean at Peterborough on Friday
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Kerry Vickers Jul 29
Australian Pipit at Willaura yesterday morning
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