Every day is different

I find it remarkable …. and I have remarked before, that you can visit exactly the same spot in the bush on successive days and encounter very different birds. Earlier in the week along Walker’s Lane at Strangways I came across White-eared Honeyeater, Horsfield’s Bronze-cuckoo and a number of Scarlet Robins.

Late yesterday in the same spot it was Buff-rumped and Striated Thornbills, White-throated Treecreeper and of course Scarlet Robins. Apart from the robins, the species seen previously were nowhere to be seen or heard. I’m suspect if I’d waited longer things would have been different but this is what I enjoy about local rambles.

Buff-rumped Thornbill, Walker’s Lane Strangways, 9th August 2018

White-throated Treecreeper (female)

Striated Thornbill

Scarlet Robin (male)

2 responses to “Every day is different

  1. You photos add beauty to my days

  2. All your images are a delight Geoff, but that Buff-rumped is a gem. The quizzical look made me smile.

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