It was a day for the little birds when we walked along the firetrail in Chain Valley bay. A group of Varied Sitellas were peering under the branches looking for insects.
A Rose Robin kept lookout high in the trees, while Spotted Pardalotes dashed around in the canopy.
Golden Whistlers sang, Superb Fairywrens scolded from the shrubs and Eastern Spinebills chased each other and gleaned insects from the bark of the eucalypts.
Que bonitas he interesantes especies.Bonitas fotos.SaludosReplyDelete
I enjoyed this collection of birds, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
particularly love the photo of the Sittella. They are so hard to capture as they move so fast and the expression/pose on this one is pricelessReplyDelete
Thanks Pete & Kerryn. Glad you liked the post!ReplyDelete