Sunday, 21 June 2015

Glastonbury Creek Take Two

No luck on having the Rufous Fantail showing itself on this visit, but did manage the Fairy Gerygone which I did not  get a photo of while on the camp. 

Fairy Gerygone (Male)(Gerygone palpebrosa)

For some reason this sign is at all the grids on the road into the Glastonbury Creek Camping Area.
 Some of the scenery heading to the camping area.

Large-billed Scrubwren (Sericornis magnirostris)
Little Shrike-thrush (Colluricincla megarhyncha)
While the Large-billed Scrubwren looks to be gathering nesting material, the Little Shrike-thrush looks to be in a bit of a tangle, and the Rose Robin looks cute standing there.

Rose  Robin (Female)(Petroica rosea)










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7 comments:

mick said...

Great photos and a really beautiful area.

Adam Jones said...

There are some new birds for me here. Thanks for sharing.

Margaret Adamson said...

I knowMick these little birds are not easy to find adn then not easy to photograph so you did very well.

eileeninmd said...

The Rose Robin is a cutie! Pretty birds and great captures.

Marie C said...

Beautiful, unusual birds! Loved seeing them.

Mary Cromer said...

Oh I do think that this was the first time that I have seen most, or all of these images of sweet, sweet birds~

Stewart M said...

Nice set of pictures. Sometimes the road signs make me laugh - I wonder if they made too many and had to get rid of them!

Trying to catch up on visits and comment while I wait for a flight - one busy week to go and it's back to normal!

Cheers - Stewart M - Heathrow Airport UK (for the next couple of hours!)