Saturday, October 15, 2016

Australasian Magpie - Gymnorhina tibicen

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Australasian Magpie - Gymnorhina tibicen
© NF Photo 140911

or Magpie larks????

An interesting songbird that seem to have no less then nine subspecies.  Learn more about Australian magpie on wiki

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  1. I think you may find that these are Magpie Larks, which are a different black and white spaces to the Australian Magpie - but they are still nice birds.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    1. I can´t disagree as I was a bit confused myself. But if you are right the "great leaders" of my group was wrong as the lark is not on the list for that day :)

  2. No matter WHAT species it is...they're pretty!!!

    Thanks so much for joining in with us birders this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin''s always a pleasure.

  3. Hello!:) A showy black and white bird!:) It looks beautiful in flight. I'm going to look it up now!!:)

  4. I think Magpies are such lovely birds! Nice shots!


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