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A male Leaden Flycatcher sings to proclaim his territory
It is believed there are fewer than 400 of these once plentiful birds remaining. Habitat loss is the predominant reason for the decline. Taronga Zoo has a captive breeding and release program which may save these birds from extinction. You should report seeing these birds.
Shot in Julatten at Kingfisher Park, these beautiful birds are truly a sight to behold.
They nest in termite mounds low to the ground and often loose their long white tail feathers toward the end of breeding due to entering and leaving the nest.
This Osprey at Hastings point NSW, caught this magnificent luderick but was unable to lift it back to the nest from a standing start. It had to drag it onto the beach and eventually hit it with a flying start to get it back to its two hungry offspring!
It’s August and the Red-backed Fairywrens are starting to nest
Up in the Riverland in May 2021 and saw some swallows and this one was perched on a log for about 20 seconds posing for me. This is one of the pictures I took. Used a Sony A7r4 200-600 lens at 600mm ISO 640, 1/2500, F6.3. It has been drastically cropped as they were about 15M away.
Was up the Riverland in May 2021 and saw the Peregrine falcon on a tree on the other side of the river. I took the photo which is drastically cropped but still okay. Used a Sony A7r4 200-600 lens at 600mm ISO 250, 1.2500, F6.3