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A thread for sharing your bird photography

 

 

I'll start with a Spotted Pardalote, cross posted from 'post some pics thread'

 

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The spotted pardalote is one of the smallest of all Australian birds at 8 to 10 centimetres in length, and one of the most colourful; it is sometimes known as the diamondbird.

 

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A dull, grey, and wet morning in Melbourne

 

#1 Black-shouldered Kite

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#2 Black-shouldered Kite

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#3 Black-shouldered Kite

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#4 Black-shouldered Kite

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#5 Red-rumped Parrot

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#6 Eastern Rosella

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#7 Rainbow Lorikeet

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amazing shots. and your knowledge of what bird it is, impresses greatly.

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26 minutes ago, scuzzii said:

amazing shots. and your knowledge of what bird it is, impresses greatly.

Thank you @scuzzii.

 

Birding is not a genre high on my list. It is photographers like @mickj1 and others, who have inspired me to go looking for birds when there are lulls in the genres I usually photograph.

 

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Could any of you twitchers recommend a good pair of binoculars, suitable for bird watching?

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1 hour ago, Spearmint said:

A dull, grey, and wet morning in Melbourne

 

#1 Black-shouldered Kite

 

 

 

#7 Rainbow Lorikeet

 

Love the BSK pics Mr Mint 😊😊😊 (and thank  you for your kind words)

cheers

mick

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1 minute ago, BLAH BLAH said:

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cant help but think of the 12th Man when I see this pic....  (I bet you she's seen a …………  or two)

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More Ducks.

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Australasian Shoveler

 

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Freckled Duck

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A few King Parrots come for a feed , look like  young one's  hogging into the seed!

Only a lowly phone pic but you get the idea! 😉

 

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Water birds, not ducks.

 

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Black Swan.

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Great Cormorant

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