15 comments on “Signs of Spring – Eastern Yellow Robins Nesting

  1. Oh dear! That was a beautiful place to go birding. Your pictures and videos of the Eastern Yellow Robin family were wonderful. I really enjoyed your peek into their world!

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    • Thanks Tiny, yes this footage was a highlight of our week on the mountain and has attracted quite a response from those that I have shown it to. Have a restful and peaceful week my dear friend.

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  2. What beautiful captures of these birds Ashley, it would have been so special to find that nest with the babies in it. Just amazing! I have to admit that although the Lamington National Park isn’t too far from me, I’ve never been there, or O’Reillys either. Now I will definitely have to organise a visit! 🙂

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    • Thanks Sue, and there is so much more I will present in the coming weeks from here. It would make a lovely long weekend package for you and yours to spoil yourselves and get a great rainforest experience seeing birds some of which are only seen here.

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  3. These series and videos were such a delight, Ashley! Your wife has a great eye to find what’s hidden from most, kudos to her on the nest, and how lucky for us! And I am so happy to hear on the success of your book. I treasure my copy I bought last Christmas, and love sharing it with my oldest (6 yr old) grandson as I teach him about birds. He thinks birds are so great, except he doesn’t like hawks because they take his other grandpa’s chickens, lol. Understandable, huh?!!

    Anyone reading this comment that doesn’t have a copy and is a ‘birder’ of any caliber, you will love this universal book, I promise!

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    • Thanks so much Donna for your lovely comment on my book. I am so delighted from the many people who have shared how it has blessed them and their family. Thanks for sharing your experience. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. Oh my!!!!! So fun!!!! I want to stay there!!!!! Fabulous photos!!!! Your posts make me want to visit Australia now instead of a few years down the road when it’s more financially plausible.

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    • Yes Kelly it is a must visit birding spot for most international birder tourists, where you get to come close to so many rarer species, as you will see more in my future posts from this place. The wonderful thing about O’Reilly’s retreat is you can get a package with meals, accommodation and guided bird walks, and the food is good too! Have a great weekend.

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