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Jul 30, 2022 08:35 |  #29341

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Jul 30, 2022 08:57 |  #29342

Abert's Towhee...


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Jul 30, 2022 18:28 |  #29343

Female King-Parrot in the Lamington National Park.

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Jul 30, 2022 18:38 |  #29344

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Jul 30, 2022 23:07 |  #29345

nardes wrote in post #19410429 (external link)
You da' Wren Master Richard...:-)

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He's actually quite well known as the "Wren whisperer," Dennis.:-P:lol:

What cool looking Jumping spider, RAL! Definitely a colorful looking arachnid.

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:-P Thanks muchly Dennis
Probably just an opportunist :-P

One more for the road

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Excellent shot, Richard! I hate to say this, but she has a bit of a glaring stare. Did you by any chance say something to upset her.?:-P ;-)a

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Wood duck

Beautiful close-up of the drake wood duck, fotoi!

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Abert's Towhee...
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Super portrait shot of the Abert's Towhee, Tom! Very sharp image.


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Jul 30, 2022 23:16 |  #29346

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19410698 (external link)
He's actually quite well known as the "Wren whisperer," Dennis.:-P:lol:

Hah, so true Mike, Richard has a monopoly on these beautiful, feisty, small birds.:-)

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Jul 30, 2022 23:28 |  #29347

nardes wrote in post #19410699 (external link)
Hah, so true Mike, Richard has a monopoly on these beautiful, feisty, small birds.:-)

Cheers

Dennis

He does indeed, Dennis.:-)


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Jul 31, 2022 01:16 |  #29348

nardes wrote in post #19410637 (external link)
Female King-Parrot in the Lamington National Park.

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Good picture of a very colorful creature.


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Jul 31, 2022 04:37 |  #29352

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19410698 (external link)
What cool looking Jumping spider, RAL! Definitely a colorful looking arachnid.

Thanks, Mike.

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Jul 31, 2022 06:20 |  #29353

nardes wrote in post #19410637 (external link)
Female King-Parrot in the Lamington National Park.
Cheers
Dennis

Awesome capture Dennis
Very nicely showing the red lower parts and the beautiful green of its wings and head.
I see they are very different colour scheme to the males. Did you get any of them?

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19410701 (external link)
He does indeed, Dennis.:-)

nardes wrote in post #19410699 (external link)
Hah, so true Mike, Richard has a monopoly on these beautiful, feisty, small birds.:-)
Cheers
Dennis

:lol:

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He's actually quite well known as the "Wren whisperer," Dennis.:-P:lol:
Excellent shot, Richard! I hate to say this, but she has a bit of a glaring stare. Did you by any chance say something to upset her.?:-P ;-)a

Many thanks Mike for kind words and support.
She'd probably had enough of photography and just wanted to get back to lover boy
"whisperer" :-P That's quite an honour. :-)
But in all honesty one only has to move about quietly and like all wild things they get used to me and mostly I'm just part of the landscape


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Jul 31, 2022 07:19 |  #29355

Lame-Duck wrote in post #19410698 (external link)
He's actually quite well known as the "Wren whisperer," Dennis.:-P:lol:

What cool looking Jumping spider, RAL! Definitely a colorful looking arachnid.

Excellent shot, Richard! I hate to say this, but she has a bit of a glaring stare. Did you by any chance say something to upset her.?:-P ;-)a

Beautiful close-up of the drake wood duck, fotoi!

Super portrait shot of the Abert's Towhee, Tom! Very sharp image.

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