Saturday, January 24, 2015

Red-browed Firetail - Neochmia temporalis

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Red-browed Firetail - Neochmia temporalis
© NF Photo 140907, Cassowary House

This is a beautiful and nice little bird often seen in large groups. This day we saw 10 of them. They reminded me of a bird I saw in Honolulu in 2013, the Common waxbill. You often see them foraging in the grass. And you notice them because of the red markings.

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13 comments:

  1. They are beautiful birds, the red on their heads really pops! Great shots!

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  2. These are great little birds - these and the fire tails are always good to watch.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  3. It's a wonderful bird! Great photos!

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  4. I love these little birds and how they always seem to be in a group.

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  5. Great photos of the Firetails. I have not yet found them easy to photograph.

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  6. These are brilliant photos of a delightful little bird.

    Have a nice day.

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  7. Lovely shots. We get flocks of these in our garden too.

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  8. Lovely shots. We get flocks of these in our garden too.

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  9. Fina bilder på de här vackra fåglarna.

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  10. These are really Beautiful!

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