Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Grey-headed Robins seldom perch so prettily

Few birds spend so much time almost underfoot on and near  Paluma, Wallaman and Broadwater rainforest walks as Grey-headed Robins (Heteromyias cinereifrons). But seldom do they perch so prettily as above bird beside Wallaman track yesterday. Wee bit of cloning to tidy background.

At Broadwater one of the resident pair whose territory takes in the boardwalk to the big fig collects bits of nesting material. Tight crop to shut out untidy background.

And more usual pose, on low branch close to track leading to Golden Bowerbird area along Paluma Dam road, from a fewe weeks back. Another image cropped to focus tightly on bird. 


1 comment:

Mosura said...

Sitting pretty in the first shot but personally I really like the second one with the nesting material.