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  • My Birds Collection (10/10-B)

    More birds from Lake 1

    #1 - Black Faced Cuckoo Shrike
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    #2 - Willie Wagtail, did not like me too close to its tree, so gave me a stern talking to.
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ID:	480873#3 - Red Wattle Bird
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ID:	480875#4 - Wood Duck Family, still strolling around
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    Looks like you got close to the cuckoo-shrike Isac - good detail and colour. They seem very shy around here. I think they are less common here than they used to be.

    Good poses on the Willie and Wattlebird. Excellent contrast and colour on the Wattlebird.

    Good to see the ducklings are still there and growing.
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    • Isac
      Isac commented
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      Good to get your feedback Alan, appreciated. I've noticed the shrikes are becoming a bit more relaxed of late when we humans are out and about.

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    Originally posted by wigz View Post
    Looks like you got close to the cuckoo-shrike Isac - good detail and colour. They seem very shy around here. I think they are less common here than they used to be. Good poses on the Willie and Wattlebird. Excellent contrast and colour on the Wattlebird. Good to see the ducklings are still there and growing.
    Agreed - and the crows + currawongs seem to dive bomb the family to scatter one then hijack it away for a feed
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    • Isac
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      Cheers Phil. The main threat to the duckies is cats that belong to households nearby. I used to like cats when I was young, but they really are a menace to our wildlife.
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