Saturday, November 26, 2016

Shining Flycatcher - Myiagra alecto

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 Shining Flycatcher, male

 Shining Flycatcher, female
© NF Photo 140912 Daintree River, Queensland

I thought this was two diffrent species but realised it was male and female. 
A beautiful couple I wish I had had more time to watch. 

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  1. Hello, they do look like different birds. I think the female is pretty. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

  2. Hello!:) Yes, they are very different to look at, and in this case the female is more colourful then the male, but they do make a handsome couple.

  3. Both male and female. And such a difference in plumage. Great photos of course, and I enjoyed seeing them both in one post. Another species that is new to me.

    I appreciate your participation this week at I'd Rather B Birdin'. Thanks for stopping by for a visit and linking!!

  4. Nice pictures - yet another bird I only got record shots of when I was in Darwin.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne


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