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Pippan
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May 25, 2017 04:32 |  #811

Lyn2011 wrote in post #18362437 (external link)
3 visitors of our garden: (sorry for the tree behind the galah)


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May 25, 2017 04:56 as a reply to Pippan's post |  #812

A meeting of the clans!

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May 26, 2017 05:41 as a reply to post 18360197 |  #813

Great focus / definition on the head.


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Jul 22, 2017 03:13 |  #814

I shot some birds with my 150-600 Sigma Sports lens. Showed them in that thread on POTN ( http://photography-on-the.net ...showthread.php?p=18​408160 )
But I am not sure what birds they are (not very good at that). So can the experts please give me some info?


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Jul 22, 2017 03:31 |  #815

vk2gwk wrote in post #18408229 (external link)
I shot some birds with my 150-600 Sigma Sports lens. Showed them in that thread on POTN ( http://photography-on-the.net ...showthread.php?p=18​408160 )
But I am not sure what birds they are (not very good at that). So can the experts please give me some info?

The first photo is of a Willie Wagtail and the second is of an Eastern Yellow Robin.




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Jul 22, 2017 05:47 |  #816

Pippan wrote in post #18408236 (external link)
The first photo is of a Willie Wagtail and the second is of an Eastern Yellow Robin.

Thanks for the info.


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Jul 30, 2017 05:59 |  #817

Two Galah's

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Oct 24, 2017 22:55 |  #818

Once or twice a year these birds are in our garden, the Red Rumped Parrot:

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Oct 27, 2017 21:00 |  #819

Red Capped Robin from the Wheatbelt in Western Australia

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His Lady Love Mrs Robin

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Keeping a look out for lunch!

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Oct 28, 2017 00:35 |  #820

I had a second chance to photograph these birds (Red Rumped Parrot)

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Nov 24, 2017 23:53 |  #821

Spotted this old termite mound on a tree trunk, some 12-15 metres up and a Kookaburra flew out as we passed by.:-)

Returning the next day, I managed to capture a few frames of the bird entering/exiting the re-purposed mound. I didn't hang around for too long, as the nest location is near a walking track and I didn't want to spook the birds or draw any unwelcome attention to them.:-)


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Dec 01, 2017 22:01 |  #822

This time I took the 70-200mm F2.8L for a wider shot to see if I could get an entry and exit sequence. I don't stay for long just to minimise any potential stress on the birds, even though the nest is on a walking track. I managed the entry sequence where the bird flew across the camera, but the in the exit sequence the bird flew down the throat of the lens and I was on manual focus on the nest entrance, so no in-focus sequence there.

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Dec 03, 2017 00:25 |  #823

new Holland honeyeater at sunrise, just after 5am

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Dec 03, 2017 04:26 |  #824

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new Holland honeyeater at sunrise, just after 5am


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Dec 03, 2017 05:08 |  #825

This is a male great bower bird showing off his purple patch. This patch becomes prominent during the breeding season and a good one is important to his chances of attracting a female.

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More important to his chances though, is a good bower. This avenue of woven sticks is decorated all around and inside with white and silver/grey objects: snail shells, rocks, sea shells, alfoil, ring-pulls, champagne cork cages, tablet blister packs etc. (this one is next to a campground) and highlighted in the corners with green leaves and broken green bottle glass. He spends much time fussing over his bower and its decorations to make the whole show just right. When a female is lured into the bower he starts a frantic courtship display that includes showing off his purple patch and his many trinkets while dancing and rushing about. If she's impressed they'll mate in the bower and she'll go off and build a nest in a tree, while he turns his attention to the next pretty girl. If she's not impressed and he's lucky, she'll just leave; if he's not lucky she'll trash the bower and its decorations, and he'll have to start over from scratch. The things boys do to attract a girl ...

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