Tyto's out of question, but it's time to get back to the birds, if only to show slightly improved processing. (Nothing like rainy days to force one to knuckle down and try more time-consuming tasks.)
First, Brown Honeyeater (Lichmera indistincta). Bird's not bad. Too much tree, and try as I might, couldn't find way to clone the problems away. The attractive markings are rather at odds with the bird's Latin name, aren't they?
Here's a White-gaped Honeyeater (Lichenostomus unicolor), previously unposted in this blog, but put up on Birding-Oz. The gape seldom phtographs as true white, usually offering a strong yellow tinge. But the Latin is truer to the plumage.
Time to get back to the cleanup. More later.