It’s my turn now …

When the Rainbow Lorikeets, Red Wattlebirds, Galahs and rosellas aren’t monopolising the birds baths, a suite of smaller species flock in for their turn. I’ve also heard a Black-chinned Honeyeater in the garden this morning – we sometimes see them during autumn as they disperse from their breeding sites in the surrounding bush.

Juvenile Brown-headed Honeyeater, Wyndham Street Newstead, 12th March 2017

Brown-headed Honeyeater (adult)

Female Spotted Pardalote




White-naped Honeyeater


3 responses to “It’s my turn now …

  1. Beautiful photos

  2. Llove the detail in the photo of the juvenile Brown-headed Honeyeater. And the shadows of the White-naped.

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