Posted on February 11, 2013 Updated on September 16, 2013
This entry was posted in noisy friarbird and tagged Australia, Australian birds, Australian wildlife, birding, birds a-f, Emerald Beach, friarbirds, honeyeaters, nature, noisy friarbirds, NSW, outdoors, photography, postaday.
Friarbird looks like he is well fed.
When it comes to birds and plants, I feel like a foreigner in unfamiliar territory. I love your photo, but even as a native English speaker, I don’t have a clue what a friarbird is or what kind of plant a banksia is. The title of your posting could have been in a foreign language and I would have had about the same level of understanding. I guess it’s time for a bit of research.
i usually add a little info to my pics as I like reading what others tell me about the birds/plants/places in their own photos but i have been distracted with other things lately! a friarbird is a type of honeyeater and there are numerous varieties of banksia trees here in Australia.. i love your photos, the clarity is amazing and the subjects so beautiful!
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