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Singing Honeyeater

Singing Honeyeater (Image ID 31825)
Photographed byBarry Deacon on Sat 26th May, 2018 and uploaded on Thu 13th Sep, 2018 .
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ID31825
CommentOur target species for the morning was Rufous Fieldwren, but could not resist taking this Singing Honeyeater which popped up on top of the foliage.
EquipmentNikon D500, Nikon 200-500 F5.6 - f7.1 ISO 250 1/250 sec
LocationArid Lands Botanic Gardens, Port Augusta (South Australia)
Keywordsadult
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