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Drought stricken eastern Adelaide Hills in early Autumn. About 9am. Good light but bird was in the shade of trees. Nikon D3400 & 200-500mm f5.6 ED VR…1/800 sec, f5.6, ISO 800.
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Photo Hides are essential for getting the best photosA photographic hide is an essential tool for the serious wildlife photographer. That is especially true for birds. Excellent hides can be bought for a very modest price and there is no excuse for not having one,...
Most of us started in a similar way. With our iPhone, or compact camera, we got some reasonable photos of tame lorikeets, kookaburras and magpies that sat obligingly close on our patio railing. From there, we harboured a growing passion to get more and better...
What is ‘Best Bird Photos Australia’?
‘Best Bird Photos Australia’ is a display of the highest quality bird images from leading bird photographers around the world. But this website is more than just a directory of wildlife photographers and a full list of Australian Birds and their images.
It’s so much more than that!
‘Best Bird Photos Australia’ is a community website where we display the most stunning images from the community of amateur and professional bird photographers. Photographers like yourself have the opportunity to not only claim the number one bird photo position but to share your profile and work with the world. Easily navigated and with a simple but powerful search function, Best Bird Photos is a resource for students and people who have little knowledge of our beautiful birds. Hopefully, we are inspiring the next generation of budding bird photographers. Find out more here.
How Do We Get The Best Bird Photos?
The photos on this website are provided by the community of amateur and professional bird photographers from across the globe. Photographers have the chance to submit the best bird photo for a particular species, and if they have what it takes, they get their images displayed. They also get to the opportunity to tell the world a bit about themselves and something unique you might not know about the bird from their personal experience viewing them in the wild. Have you got what it takes to get the number one bird photo? Learn More or check out our blog or portfolio of great bird images.