Category: Larks, Whistlers, Monarchs
Larks, Pipits, Songlarks, Cuckoo-shrikes, Trillers, Bulbuls, Cicadabird, Robins, Flycatchers, Jacky Winter, Scrub-Robins, Shrike-tits, Whistlers, Shrike-thrushes, Crested Bellbird, Flycatchers, Gerygones, Reed-warblers, Treecreepers
More of the wonderful birds from Bowra Station. Sometimes I refer to this place as Bowra Sanctuary. Both are correct. Bowra Sanctuary is internationally renowned as one of Australia’s most rewarding bird watching destinations....
Oxley Creek Common always seems to have lots of little birds flying around. These are really fast, so I was thrilled to get these.
Visiting the Kianawah Rd wetlands I didn’t expect to find a new bird running around on the grass!
I went to Grafton, with Mum, for the Jacaranda Festival. And a few birds.
I think these are probably the nicest shots I’ve ever taken of Rufous Whistlers.
Also known as White-throated Warbler. (Gerygones are Australian Warblers.) Initially we thought this was either an Eastern Yellow Robin or a Pale Yellow Robin, but the facebook Bird ID group helped out.
Another new one for me today. This was a lovely little bird, just scratching around in the leaf litter. Just a funny little note – my bird guide describes Shrike-thruses as “Large-plainly coloured thickheads...
Another new one for my list today. I’ve included the one photo so you can see just how difficult it can be to spot these birds when they’re in the scrub. The white marks...
One day I’ll get a good shot.