15 comments on “Birds in the Mid-North Coast Rainforests of NSW

  1. I love your photos of the scaly breasted lorikeets Ashley, they are such lovely little birds. I see one or two from time to time hanging out with the rainbow loris. I was interested in seeing that olive backed lorikeet, I didn’t know there were mutations like that. Good spotting!

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    • Thanks Sue, Yes we were quite tickled to pick them up among the Lori flock at sunset visiting friends up north. My wife spotted them with her binoculars, it was getting dark but I managed to get some shots off. Yes the olive backed stood out like a sore thumb, and was a great find.

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  2. You really do get to see and photograph so beautifully a wide variety of birds. I wish I lived where a coastal rain or mountain cloud forest is located. The variety of wildlife is astounding. The fig trees are lovely. I love the shapes on the trunks. Too bad about having shingles. My father-in-law suffers with shingles. Wishing you a recovery from this bout.

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  3. A large and beautiful gallery of rainforest birds! I admire your ability to “shoot” such good pictures in that environment where the birds hide in the trees, I can’t even get good pictures at the salt marsh. I loved the Crested Pigeon and the Wonga Pigeon…and the Turkey and… 🙂

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  4. What an interesting array of birds. (and bats) Trust you are improving with those shingles. They can be nasty and painful. Have had friend that got them and it was tough for them.

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    • Thanks Lee, I am much better now with just the last remnant of it. I thank God that I was able to live normally regardless of the pain, and that we were able to enjoy our short break away last week.

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