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Inspiring and Supporting Photographers of Australian Birds

Brown Honeyeater

Brown Honeyeater (Image ID 46829)
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CommentThe habitat that I have chosen for this competition is my garden. With ever deceasing habitats due to land clearing, fire and droughts an urban garden provides an important source of food and shelter for these tiny Brown Honeyeaters. I set up my portable bird hide in the garden and have enjoyed photographing the little Brown Honeyeaters as they zoom around the garden feeding on the flowers and calling loudly to advertise their feeding territory.
I chose this image as it captured the moment when the bird was hovering mid air, almost like a hummingbird ,feeding on the blossoms of the Salvia bushes.
Keywordsfeeding/with prey, in flight, adult
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