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N 131 B 2.1K C 235 E Mar 11, 2022 F May 11, 2022
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This image is included in a gallery "INTERPHOTO * TOP FLICKR 2022" curated by Gianfranco Marzetti.

This species is aggressive to other honeyeaters. Here this bird has just finished feeding on Grevillea 'Peaches and Cream" and moves on.

The little wattlebird (Anthochaera chrysoptera), also known as the brush wattlebird, is a passerine bird in the honeyeater family Meliphagidae. It is found in coastal and sub-coastal south-eastern Australia. (Wikipedia)

As with other honeyeaters, Little Wattlebirds feed on nectar, which is obtained using a long, brush-tipped tongue, specially adapted to probing deep into flowers. Other food includes insects, flowers, berries and some seeds. Most feeding is done while perched, but some insects are caught in mid-air. Birds may feed alone or in small to large groups. (Birdlife Australia)

Tags:   Little ('Brush') wattlebird bird watcher Feeding grevillea Peaches and Cream Grevillea Nature closetonature Concordians close-up Macro photography Wildlife Telephoto lens Travel Victoria Australia honeyeater geo tagged Autumn afternoon Anthochaera chrysoptera Meliphagidae passerine bird Royal Botanic Gardens Cranburne aggressive bird green background yellow green bokeh floral flower narrow depth of field overcast soft light white bokeh in gallery

N 435 B 12.9K C 161 E Mar 14, 2022 F May 6, 2022
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The Osprey is a medium-sized fish-eating raptor (bird of prey). It has dark brown upperparts contrasting with pale underparts. There is a black band through the eye, separating the white throat from the pale crown. The Osprey has a rather small head and neck and typically swivels its head around or sways its head from side to side. When it is perched, there is a short bristly crest. The eyes are placed well forward on the head. The fingered wings in flight are narrow and angled distinctively. There are dark carpal patches on the underwing (at the bend in the wing). The beak is strongly hooked and the legs are powerful. The female is similar to the male but is larger and has a fuller, darker breast band. The Osprey is also called the Fish Hawk or White-headed Osprey. (BirdlifeAustralia)

(Explored: May 7, 2022 #83)

Tags:   Eastern Osprey raptor bird watcher Bird in flight bird of prey Healesville Sanctuary blue sky Telephoto lens backlit avian Fish Hawk White-headed Osprey Autumn afternoon Nature National Geographic closetonature Concordians close-up Macro photography Victoria Australia foraging for food geo tagged Pandion cristatus Accipitridae wildlife in explored explored minimalistic 3000v120f

N 155 B 8.0K C 823 E Jan 29, 2010 F Aug 12, 2013
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This image is included in 8 galleries :- 1) "Sacred Nature ~ Gallery #57" curated by artattackcat, 2) "Stunning Bird Shots - IV" by anandamoy, 3) "Birdwatching" by Jarmi 7d, 4) "Birds (air159) by air3538 - Ahmad Ragab, 5) "Birds in Flight" by Mornby, 6) "Vogel" by Rita Rijas, 7) "Flying is freedom3 - Birds flying and landing" by *Gitpix*, and 8) "Aves 2" by cruz dario33.

Tags:   parrot Sulphur-crested Cockatoo in flight Sherbrooke Forest Mt Dandenong Victoria Australia SLB-flying NaturesFinest greatphotographers concordians avian nature closetonature Cacatua galerita Summer wildlife Blinkagain National Geographic macro photography close-up NGC NPC bird watcher in gallery

N 141 B 2.5K C 220 E Oct 5, 2011 F Feb 13, 2022
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This image is included in a gallery "INTERPHOTO * TOP FLICKR 2022" curated by Gianfranco Marzetti.

The fork-tailed sunbird (Aethopyga christinae) is a bird in the family Nectariniidae. The species was first described by Robert Swinhoe in 1869. It is found in China, Hong Kong, Laos, and Vietnam.

Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. These small birds, with decurved bill, call a soft and frequent "zwink-zwink" and a metallic trill. The bird appears in the most commonly used postal stamp of Hong Kong. (Wikipedia)

Tags:   Rork-tailed sunbird Aethopyga christinae bird watcher avian Fung Yuen Butterfly Reserve Macro photography close-up Nature National Geographic Concordians closetonature Autumn afternoon geo tagged Travel 香港鳳園蝴蝶保育區 Feeding SLB-Feeding dark background red flower nectannidae narrow depth of field New Territories Tai Po 红樓花 叉尾太陽鳥 green bokeh in gallery Odontonema the toothedthreads Acanthaceae

N 99 B 4.2K C 480 E Dec 12, 2009 F Feb 6, 2014
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This image is included in 3 galleries :- 1) "Stunning Bird Shots-XXI" curated by anandamoy, 2) "Birds 105" by Paulina Ungureanu and 3) "Flying Birds" by Paulina Ungureanu.

Tags:   Mullum Mullum Reserve flight Victoria Australia sulphur-crested cockatoo parrot SLB-flying concordians avian nature closetonature Cacatua galerita wildlife macro photography close-up Summer bird watcher in gallery


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