Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Leaden Flycatcher - Myiagra rubecula

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Leaden Flycatcher - Myiagra rubecula
© NF Photo 140907 Cattana Wetlands, Queensland, Australia

To be honest I´m not at all certain about the two birds above. They should be the same species, maybe a young male and a female. Please correct me if I´m wrong. They were very busy around the trees. 

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6 comments:

  1. They look enough alike to be the same bird ... I would agree with maybe a juvenile or a opposite sex. Their angular look lends itself to some artsy interpretation. An interesting bird indeed, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  2. He's a handsome looking bird. I had never heard of this type of flycatcher!

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  3. What an awesome looking bird.

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  4. Not an easy bird to find in my experience although I have seen one. Good shot.

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