One of the regular birds I see along the tracks of Greens Bush is the White-browed Scrubwren. I see them often but dont often photograph them due to their constant movement and the shady and dark areas they lurk. When I find them I try to phish and psst to attract their attention. The one below was with a bunch of juveniles that were hunting in the mottled shadows and I managed to actually get a clear shot. I liked its intensity as it grabbed a spec of food and gave it to one of the juveniles.
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Yes they can be a challenge Malt to get a good look at as they jump about with endless energy. We saw them up at O”Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat recently as well as the Yellow throated, there were so many of them but still difficult to get a good photo, as they are so small and move constantly. Lovely shot of the juvenile, we don’t always see them, but this is the time of year now that we start to see many of the juveniles and immatures of the birds.
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