17 comments on “A Sunny Spring Sunday Stroll – Lady Carrington Drive

  1. What a wonderful walk, I enjoyed it very much, Ashley! What awesome sightings! I enjoyed every one of them, you captured some beautiful shots.

    I also enjoyed your past few posts as I try to catch up on my favorite blogs. I’ve been down-and-out for the past month. I tore my meniscus in two places and had to hightail it back to the east coast for surgery. I’ve been recovering for the past couple weeks and doing so much better now. I’m anxious to get back outside with my camera! Soon!!

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  2. I really liked hearing the birds in the audio files. Plus the addition of the wildflowers and insects are a nice touch. Your beautiful birds get there dinner in that lovely meadow. Lovely images as always.

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    • Thanks Donna, There is so much beauty in the bush at this time it is difficult to limit the content of the post, but I am thankful for the images I was able to capture and present, and that they delight yourself and others.

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  3. Love the photos of the kingfishers and the audio of the lyrebird is amazing. Your final photo of the red gum hit a spot with me and I thank you for your heartening words on being resilient and getting through difficult times. It was just what I needed to hear today.

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  4. Not a bird walk 😀 I had to smile seeing all these beautiful birds! Loved both wonderful Kingfishers, the Pigeon video and the colorful parrot and his cousins, of course. The spring flowers were beautiful too. What a nice “little” walk you had!

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    • Thanks Tiny, Yes it doesn’t matter how hard we try to have a walk it always turns into a bird walk:-) It was amazing what we actually saw on our little walk, considering that we missed photographing several birds.

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  5. For a walk walk and not a bird walk you certainly did well! Gorgeous birds in Australia! I just discovered your blog and will have to check out more of it!

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    • Thanks Laura, I appreciate you checking out my blog, your photos from your part of the world are stunning, and the tips you give are very helpful to new birders. My aim is similar in introducing families to birding as an interesting and enjoyable recreational experience. The photography aspect is my enjoyable aspect for studying and understanding the birds. I also like to apply life skills to bird peculiarities to help people do life better, as you will see in my recent book release. Thanks again Laura for dropping by, have a wonderful week:-)

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  6. Really enjoyed the look at the Golden Whistler. We get some over the winter, but I never seem to get a clear view.
    Super nice to have the Rufous Faintial. If I’m lucky I might see them for a day or two as they move north/south and back again.
    Good ot see you are enjoying the Sacred Kingfisher. We have serveral paris settling in now, so it beginning to feel a lot like Spring.

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    • Thanks David, the whistlers are quite vocal in the forest at the moment, and offer quite a challenge to photograph, especially the male. The Rufous is always an elusive creature, I still seek the perfect picture. The kingfisher find was a bonus, to get both next t each other a gift.

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