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MargaretK wrote: Nice shots, Hack. Good to see you've returned to the fold.
Linth, it's always a treat to see your birds. The Tanager is a stunning bird and the Waxwings are pure class. All the best with whatever camera you decide on.
Love your little Towhee, nanny.
Nice shots, Fauther and Burn.
First off is an Australian White Ibis. It's feathers are just settling down after a vigorous shake. Then Glossy Ibis. I've been trying for ages to locate some of these birds. They are so tiny when compared to the White Ibis or the Straw-necked Ibis and there seems to be a lot of variation in their plumage colours and patterns and facial markings.