Flitting after finch and flycatcher



The quest for top pictures of Red-browed Finches (Neochmia temporalis) goes on. These two entries merit a showing, but don't quite do full justice to the birds.


Indeed, the species might have a case for cruel and unusual caricature after being shot in the round at Tyto today.



Also flitting shy of satisfaction, the Shining Flycatcher (Myiagra alecto) that has been keeping company (more or less) with a Little Kingfisher (Ceyx pusilla) at a creek pool. Here's an earlier picture of the Little up close.

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mick said…
Great photos, Tony. You set a very high standard!

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