In a good light

While it’s always a sad farewell to daylight saving, an advantage of this time of year is that my rambles tend to coincide better with the ‘golden hour’ before dusk.

Last evening at the Rise and Shine a cavalcade of honeyeaters thoughtfully shared this time with me as they visited a bushland pool. I’ve been making repeat visits to this site in search of Yellow-plumed Honeyeaters, occasional visitors from the mallee country to our north, but no luck so far this autumn.


Brown-headed Honeyeater, Rise and Shine Bushland Reserve, 7th April 2021


Brown-headed Honeyeater flock drinking


Yellow-tufted Honeyeater


Yellow-faced Honeyeater


White-plumed Honeyeater


White-naped Honeyeater


Fuscous Honeyeaters drinking

One response to “In a good light

  1. What an extraordinary range Geoff

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