Posted on November 9, 2014 Updated on February 11, 2015
Large-billed Scrubwren, common resident in east coast rainforests. They are difficult to capture as they flit, flutter and dart around shrubs after insects
This entry was posted in large-billed scrubwren and tagged Australia, birding, birds a-f, large-billed scrubwrens, Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, nature, outdoors, photography, Queensland, scrubwrens, wrens.
Hello Margo, I am sorry to use one of your photographs to contact you but I can’t figure out how else to do it, being a little internet illiterate. I am interested in posting your photographs on my Australia & Allsorts Facebook page, they are so lovely, especially your kangaroos. I do administer a bird page too as my brother is a keen birdwatcher and I post from his website. I would love to be able to post some of yours on my Australia & Allsorts page which I do for pleasure with bits of interesting information to go along with subjects. I could post the link to your blog and paste copyright signs with each photo like I do with my brothers. Looking forward to hearing from you, Mara. email: firstname.lastname@example.org (The Australian birdlife FB page I look after is Bushpea Birds of Australia.)
Thanks for your interest Mara
I have sent you an email
Thankyou 🙂 I found it… and sent you one back..lol
What a beautiful little bird!
… and very quick!!
Charming little one 🙂
yes, the tiny birds are very sweet 😀
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