Musk Lorikeet

Musk Lorikeet
Photographed by:Gunther Frensch on Thu 13th Oct, 2016 and uploaded on Sun 17th Sep, 2017 .
Resolution:1000x589
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ID:27373
Comment:Musk lorikeets are quite common in the trees of my neighbour's yards. This photo was taken in parklands not far from my home.
Equipment:Camera: Nikon D500; Lens: Nikkor 80.0-400.0, f/4.5-5.6, AFS, G, ED
hand held at 260mm, ISO 800 1/500th sec at f/5.6
Location:Dead Mans Pass, Gawler East (South Australia)
Keywords:male, feeding, adult
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