Seldom do I ge the chance to capture this little bird, the
Yellow-Rumped Thornbill, Acanthiza chrysorrhoa, in a tree.
They are chattery ground feeding birds usually seen in small
flocks in gay abundance in my garden.
had my 300mm lens with me for a change. Unfortunately
the light was not in my favour but the Thornbill posed for
me for quite a while.
markings around the eyes as well as the white dots on the head.
The head pattern makes it so identifiable since it is the only
Thornbill sporting polka-dots.
All photos enlarge for closer inspection.
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