Thursday, June 25, 2009

They're asking, where's the meat?

Back,but not fully fit, so a few recent birds on the theme of 'where's the meat?', leading off with White-browed Crake.

White-browed Robin

Black-necked Stork

Here it is, with a Forest Kingfisher!


Barbara said...

Sorry to hear that you're not fully fit - I hope you'll soon be back on your bike enjoying Tyto.

A lovely set of photos....Forest Kingfisher is very handsome, a good reminder not to take them for granted.


Andy Wilson said...

Another fine set of photos

Andy Wilson said...

Great photos!

Tyto Tony said...

Hi Barbara: coming right and rarin'r to get back to birds.

Thanks Andy!

Denis Wilson said...

Hi Tony.
Lovely images. You passed up the chance to put a caption on the Black-necked Stork image.
Like those "spot the ball" images the Victorians love, I am puzzled if the Jabiru dropped a fish, missed a fish, or what caused the splash?

Tyto Tony said...

Hi Denis; v perceptive of you. Bird was carrying small snaked-necked turtle (I think). But finally gave up on carrying, dropping, c. d. c. d. etc

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