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  1. I'm always thrilled to capture robins because they are not that common here.
  2. We have two kingfishers in our district: this larger one and the smaller more brightly coloured Azure Kingfisher. I went with another keen bird photographer to Tang Tang Swamp (new to me) where I was happy to get some photos of this one.
  3. A Rufous Whistler showing off its hopping skills
  4. Its Spring here after good rains in Spring and the raptors have plenty to eat.
  5. The White Winged Wren is much less common than the Superb blue wren which are very common in gardens as well as rural areas. It only lives out on the plains where it is very arid.
  6. These little birds live out on the plains where there is some scrub. I was so thrilled to get a photo of one because Id seen them before. Their eyes look disproportionately big to me and make me smile. its called a Southern Whiteface.
  7. We joined a group of enthusiastic bird watchers, as compared to bird photographers, on a field trip to the Western Treatment Plant in January. First time I had been to the massive area (110 km sq) set aside to treat sewage from Melbourne on the coast of Port Phillip Bay. Completed in 1897 it has become a wetland of international importance especially for waterfowl and one of Australia's best-known sites for birding with 270 species recorded there. The birdlife there has to be seen to be believed. Never have I seen thousands of black swans in one place that took flight together when we
  8. These little birds are quite common where I live. They punch above their weight and make their presence know with their chattering and tail wagging self-importance.
  9. It finally rained and the herons were out feeding on the insects flushed out of the dry plains
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