White-winged Trillers, another of our spring migrants, have arrived in good numbers this year.
I’ve been hoping to get some decent images … as these shots demonstrate I’m still waiting! Distant views in harsh midday sun are not ideal conditions for photographing this species.
I watched this male fossicking on the ground, around tree stumps and in the canopy, not for insects, but for cobwebs with which to line its delicate nest.
After a few minutes careful observation I located the nest, high up in the fork of a Grey Box.