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Saturday, November 3, 2007

Brush Wattlebird

Even though they are quite common, I have found Wattlebirds to be very hard to photograph – either because they are usually high in the branches or because they move too fast in an unpredictable manner. This is my first decent picture of a Brush Wattlebird and I have two or three old photos of a Red Wattlebird taken in Melbourne, but the quality is below average and they don't deserve to be published here. I will keep trying to get better pictures of these birds as I really like them a lot. I think their calls are something very extraordinary and special.
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