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A Passion for Bird Photography With so many to catalogue, there's not a moment to lose

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Welcome to Andy's Birds, where I present all my photos of Australia's feathered wildlife.

Let me take you on a journey through the lens of my camera into the amazing world of birds. You'll find honeyeaters, emus, finches, wrens, sea birds and everything in between. I even take requests! Let me know what birds facinate you, and I'll do my best to find them.

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Western Gerygone (Adelaide River NT (Waiting Conformation))

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Whistling Kite (Darwin NT)

Whistling Kite

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White-bellied Cuckoo-shrike 1.jpg (NT)

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Yellow-tinted Honeyeater (Katherine NT)

Yellow-tinted Honeyeater

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Yellow-tinted Honeyeater (Katherine NT)

Yellow-tinted Honeyeater

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Helmeted Guineafowl (Darwin NT)

Helmeted Guineafowl

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Jul 2016 NT

Round trip to Adelaide to Darwin and back 2016

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To escape the South Australian chilly wintry weather we once again headed up the track towards Darwin in our caravan. Now although this was not a so called "Birding Safari" I did manage to sneak off for an hour or so to see if I could photograph a bird sighting to add to my list.

On this trip though I was somewhat surprised to find the Northern Territory so dry and void of the normal lush green covering that I have always been used to seeing. You knew things were different when you wound down the car window and there was no tropical smell that is the NT, but there was the smell of grass fires every day.

When we were up this way 15 months ago "Fog Dam" was a mass of wetland and the bird life was plentiful, this visit the place was very dry and only one small pocket of a pond was left and sighting a bird was difficult.  

However, the visit to the Northern Territory is always enjoyable especially when I have managed a few new birds to add to my list. 

To be continued.

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