14 comments on “Lake Wollumboola – Shorebird Hotspot

  1. Wonderful galleries of birds, and great videos with solos by the big bird 😀 The Tern babies are exactly same way everywhere, and the parents always end up flying away. But we don’t always get such terrific pictures! The Cattle Egret in breeding plumage is very beautiful! Lovely shots!

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    • Ha Ha! Thanks Tiny, there is such a human aspect to those Tern and the same for Gull parents, I love watching them and how they deal with their stress when the kids are at them all the time. I am planning on teaching my grandson some guitar this weekend when he is staying over. Have a great weekend my friend:-)

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  2. Thank you for the thought- provoking reflection there on reflections. Lovely pictures too! I hope what you do will encourage more youngsters to go birding.

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    • Thanks Myra for your welcome comment, Yes I am preparing powerpoint talks for young people to present next month in schools, and I am hoping to sell my book there also. I do pray your work is being blessed as you work for the poor in the Philippines and that a true transformation is taking place. May the Lord bless you and the work you do:-) May the young people there also learn from their birds.

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  3. Fabulous photos, such variety for just a few hours! I especially love the reflection captures and the cattle egret in plumage. We went to the Outer Banks, Virginia, last September, and I spent hours photographing all the shore birds, I’ve yet to have a chance to review/edit any of them but yours has me wanting to get to them very soon! I know I have some newbies in the mix for my life list. 🙂

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    • Thanks, yes I love bird reflection pics, they are my favourite, especially love reflections of Black-winged Stilts. This was a special moment, I almost missed as I watched the Tern fly off.

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