17 comments on “Enjoying our Shore Birds – Boat Harbour Aquatic Reserve NSW

    • Thanks for your comment Gordon, glad you enjoyed our shore birds. As with many of the posts we share it is the journey we take to capture our birds or wildlife photos that makes it more interesting.

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  1. Your post has me longing for the coastal waters for our shorebirds! We have some of the same as yours. I really liked your Darter captures, and what a name! 🙂 Awesome photos throughout, just lovely, Ashley.

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  2. A beautiful post celebrating the shorebirds! It is interesting to note that many of them look like ours, while others have variations – like your different families of cormorants. Nature is amazing and full of gifts 🙂 Have a wonderful week, Ashley!

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    • Thanks Tiny, yes we do have 5 species of Cormorant, of which I have seen all. The rare Black Faced I posted earlier this year. The Darter is known as Anhinga in your country. Yes we are so blessed to enjoy so many wonders daily, it all helps keep me aware of how wonderful and great God is. May you have an enjoyable and peaceful week, and I hope plans for the Osprey are going along well:-)

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    • Thanks Kathy, the Darter is known as the Anhinger in your part of the world, and is a very amusing bird to watch. Its young look like snakes with their long necks. I have posted them earlier in the year I think. Enjoy your week.

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