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Wednesday, 19 June 2013

Pied Honeyeaters still around Papunya

The Pied Honeyeaters are seemingly growing in number if that is possible. They are a constant sight atop dead trees all around the Community outskirts and roads. I have found them in numerous spots, often seen with large numbers of Crimson Chats. Hooded Robins and Rufous Songlarks are also in abundance, as well as the occasional White-winged Triller. Yesterday I stumbled across some Black Honeyeaters and a White-fronted Honeyeater. Some of the shots aren't great due to the cloud cover at the moment in the area, but I hope you enjoy.

Pied Honeyeater


Pied Honeyeater male with Hooded Robin male

Male with young behind

Lots sitting in a tree


Crested Bellbird

Crimson Chat

 Hooded Robin

Little Crow (may have been on the lower branches at some stage with that on its back!)

Little Crows in tree

White-fronted Honeyeater

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