Monday, April 11, 2011

Count on Crimson Finches

Can always count on a few Crimson Finches (Neochmia phaeton) in Tyto - and so it was today.

Not always easy to get close.

But young birds can be a little less wary.

Bit tricky trying to line two up in the same depth of field.
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Unknown said...

Wonderful images Tony.

Denis Wilson said...

Love the way Finch babies have such obvious gapes. Against the black beaks, they always look cute.
Good to see some breeding there.

Tyto Tony said...

Thanks Mark.

Not much stops Crimsons breeding, Denis. Yasi just got them going again!

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