9 comments on “The Right Place at the Right Time – Rufous Owl & Mangrove Robin.

  1. Great to be able to meet a local who know only knows the area, but knows where the birds are. The number of times we’ve been in a new area and someone comes by and says, “hey, have you seen…”
    And such good example of co-operation. I try and return the favour as much as possible.
    We were once photographing spinebills when a lady asked “What is that bird up there?”
    And looking up, she had found a Southern Boobook in the tree just above us.
    Humbled me no end.

    Great shots of your finds. The owls are really fascinating.


  2. Wow! Nice trip and just happening to be “at the right place at the right time.” Again. Isn’t the Lord so gracious to place where we find His Creation.
    They are all great, but I enjoy the colors of that soaring Jabaru. He is young, but the design under those wings go along with my “Artistic Birds”. Might need to borrow one of those down the line. 🙂
    Thanks for sharing.

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  3. The mangrove robin is an adorable little bird and how fortunate you were to see those beautiful owls. I had never heard of a black butcherbird before, so that was a treat to see. Their call reminds me of the pied butcherbird. What a wonderful day you both had!

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  4. What a wonderful post showing God’s provision again in allowing you to meet the right people at the right time. Those owls have the most expressive look in their eyes and I especially liked the video with the sounds of the black butcherbirds. I’m so glad you and your wife got to see the mangrove robins as well…so exciting when we finally see a new bird we have been searching for! Blessings to you and your wife for a wonderful weekend!

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