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The beautiful Pied Heron. Resident to coastal areas of far north Queensland, Northern Territory and southern PNG. They feed on fish, frogs, crabs, insects and small aquatic animals. This particular bird is captive in the huge free-flight aviary at Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia.
A beautiful male Superb Fairywren (Malurus cyaneus). Greenwood Lakes, Forestdale, Queensland, Australia. Nikon D500 + Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 1/640 f/7.1 ISO 280 630 mm (effective FL)
The beautiful, fine plumage of the diminutive Silvereye. Nikon D500, Nikkor 300mm, f-8, 1/500 sec, ISO-640 (auto)
A tiny female Red-backed Fairywren sits quietly in a patch of sunlight, deep in a sheltering bush. Nikon D500, Nikkor 300mm, f-8, 1/500 sec, ISO-1100 (auto)
Spotted Pardalotes are one of the most inquisitive birds. Sometimes they come so close it is impossible to get a shot of them. This little male was just being a perfect model on the rusty wire.
Pied Oystercatcher wading through shallow water on the hunt for food. These striking birds are listed as endangered in New South Wales, however they are listed as stable in all other Australian states. The Spit, Main Beach, Queensland, Australia. NIKON D500 + Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 lens. 1/800 @ f/7.1 ISO 400 @ 750 mm (effective FL)
BRIGHT BOY Male Australian Golden Whistler (Pachycephala pectoralis). Hardings Paddock, Peak Crossing, Queensland, Australia. Nikon D500 + Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6 1/500sec f/7.1 ISO 360 @ 750 mm (effective FL)
After plenty of rain, North Perth the little Sivereye went looking for plenty of juicy berries, it was a pleasure watching them, even on a cloudy day ! Nikon d7200 18-300mm lens 1/50 f8 300mm iso 640
The photo was taken mid-afternoon whilst on my Mindarie coastal walk. Seeing (I believe) one of two Ospreys is not uncommon and a photographers delight to have one flying overhead. The camera used was a OM-D E-M1 Mark 2. Shutter speed 3200 on continual AF.
A group of these tiny little finches were feed on the front lawn of my sons house this morning.