Patience rewarded

One of the best methods for observing (and photographing) birds is to just ‘sit and wait’.

This method works well if you spend a little time patiently observing the behaviour of birds and their patterns of movement at a specific location. The same perches and paths will be often be used by different species of birds as they go about their business – try this and you’ll be rewarded with some nice views. The following series of photographs were all captured over an hour or so as I was set up to photograph Rainbow Bee-eaters.

RBE27Dec1

Rainbow Bee-eater, Loddon River @ Newstead, 27th December 2015.

RSfemale

Rufous Songlark (female)

Scrubwren

White-browed Scrub-wren

WW1

Willie wagtail (juvenile)

WPHE

White-plumed Honeyeater (juvenile).

One response to “Patience rewarded

  1. Sometimes it can be rewarding just to sit and wait: the wisdom of GP.

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