Monday, November 4, 2013

Blue Wrens and Blue-Faced Honeyeaters at play 04/11/13

Juvenille Blue-Faced Honeyeater

Blue-faced Honeyeater

Superb Blue Fairy Wren's on our neighbours trough

Superb Blue Fairy Wren's

Brown Quail
Noisy Miner

Wandering Percher Dragonfly

Unsure if this is a Weebill or a Thornbill? (Updated ID thanks to John: Yellow-Rumped Thornbill)

2 comments:

  1. Looks like a lot of action on your patch lately Judi! The last bird looks like a Yellow-rumped Thornbill with it's distinct crown (lacking in the Weebill)

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    1. Hi John, yes it has been amazing all of the bird activity this spring considering it has been extremely dry! Thanks for the id on the bird - it's greatly appreciated I didn't want to label it incorrectly but like to know what they are! There is a really old small "dam" or pond as such on our property with nice trees around it and this is where I have been seeing most of the little birds! Will keep up with the photo taking and recording of sightings. Thanks again - Judi.

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