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Sunday, February 2, 2014

Chestnut-breasted Mannikin's at Boodua Environmental Reserve 02/02/14

Chestnut-breasted Mannikin at Boodua Environmental Reserve



Hubby trying his luck fishing while I am off taking photos.



Double-barred Finch at Boodua Reserve

Double-barred Finches come down to the waters edge for a drink.
 
Nankeen Kestral in an adjoining paddock at Boodua Reserve.

Little Friarbird

Well camouflaged Red-rumped Parrot in a Bottle Brush Tree at Boodua



Cooling off in the creek on the hot day

Apostlebird at Boodua Reserve

The sun shimmering on the creek

Lesser Wanderer



BIRD LIST FROM BOODUA ENVIRONMENTAL RESERVE 02/02/14

Row # Species Count
1 White-necked Heron - Ardea pacifica 1
2 Crested Pigeon - Ocyphaps lophotes
3 Laughing Kookaburra - Dacelo novaeguineae
4 Nankeen Kestrel - Falco cenchroides 1
5 Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo - Calyptorhynchus funereus
6 Galah - Eolophus roseicapilla
7 Cockatiel - Nymphicus hollandicus
8 Scaly-breasted Lorikeet - Trichoglossus chlorolepidotus
9 Pale-headed Rosella - Platycercus adscitus
10 Red-rumped Parrot - Psephotus haematonotus
11 Superb Fairy-wren - Malurus cyaneus
12 Noisy Miner - Manorina melanocephala
13 Brown Honeyeater - Lichmera indistincta
14 Little Friarbird - Philemon citreogularis 2
15 Pied Butcherbird - Cracticus nigrogularis 1
16 Australian Magpie - Gymnorhina tibicen
17 Torresian Crow - Corvus orru
18 White-winged Chough - Corcorax melanorhamphos
19 Apostlebird - Struthidea cinerea
20 Welcome Swallow - Hirundo neoxena
21 Common Myna - Acridotheres tristis
22 Double-barred Finch - Taeniopygia bichenovii
23 Chestnut-breasted Mannikin - Lonchura castaneothorax

The local council and residents have done a wonderful job fixing up this once severely vandalised reserve.  New picnic tables, fencing, bbq's and mass tree planting have been undertaken of recent times. Hopefully people will start to respect this historic area and leave it as they find it so it can once again be an area that people can enjoy for a variety of recreational and nature activities.


4 comments:

  1. Wonderful birds! Gorgeous series of photos!

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  2. Thankyou Mary for your lovely comment.

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  3. Hi... I'm a wildlife and landscape photographer who just moved to Kleinton. My passion is birds. Thank you so much for sharing these amazing shots.

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    1. Thanks Tracie Louise for your comment. Welcome to Kleinton! It is a lovely area and there are plenty of birds to see and landscapes locally to photograph. I have had a quick look at your blog and I see you have already come across one popular spot for photographers in the area. All the best and I look forward to seeing your future work.

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