12 comments on “Changing Seasons – A Tiny Bird Weekend

  1. “Tiny” really liked your tiny birds 🙂 These tiny birds are so difficult to photograph as they typically move non-stop…or hide in the foliage. The Silvereye’s morning song was precious! I wish you a wonderful new week, my friend.

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    • Thanks Tiny, we do love out tiny birds, they so typify life in all its energy and passion. May you enjoy a interesting and fulfilling week also my dear friend.

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  2. You and your wife have marvelous eyes to sight so many tiny little birds! 🙂 You captured some absolutely stunning images of your tiny marvels, Ashley. What a beautiful early morning you had to enjoy some of God’s littlest feathered friends.

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    • Thanks Laura, it is good to see specie resemblance in the different parts of the world. Many of our species were named by our British first settlers after similar looking birds in England.

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    • Thanks Kathy, yes there are similarities with our birds, it is just that different people have named them differently in many cases. Some species have worldwide resemblances and scientists are constantly in the process of correcting the classifications of many.

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  3. Thanks Sue, they are all so cute, Apparently the Silvereye do not travel far up to Queensland, but have done so to escape the drought and the heat. The Silvereye can be a real challenge to spot and photograph

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  4. Lovely photos of some little hidden gems! It was nice to see some pictures of the cute little silvereyes. That video was great to hear one singing. I haven’t seen any since I left Sydney many years ago. I’m sure they are about in suburban gardens up here in Qld too, but maybe I don’t get them here in a semi rural area. And great to see your bird book is doing well!

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