Variety along the shoreline
The shoreline of Cairn Curran can be relied upon to provide a rich variety of bird life. From the small and subtle, such as this Australian Pipit.
Australian Pipit, Cairn Curran Reservoir, 14th April 2015.
Pipits often look for small outcrops to use as lookouts.
Note that distinctive white eye-brow.
To the large and showy like this Great Egret, one of three hunting in the area where Captain’s Creek joins the storage.
Great Egret showing off a few plumes.
Hunting for prey along the muddy shore-line.
Always elegant in flight.
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