Red wattlebird calling
Apologies on not such a sharp image! There was a rush for the camera and no time to change lenses, plus I was a fair distance away and through glass.
I happened to be looking out to the back garden when this red wattlebird flew in and instead of beginning to feed, it immediately began calling....I chanced running for the camera and trying to capture it calling as I've never done so. They really throw their heads back and let rip with their quite screechy and raucous call which has been described as a 'cough', a harsh 'yac a yac' and a loud 'chok'. This moment also afforded a lovely view of the bright yellow underbelly and colourful inside of the mouth.
30 cm length
The red wattlebird is a passerine bird native to southern Australia. At 33–37 cm in length, it is the second largest species of Australian honeyeater.
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- Members do get access yet only if both you and them have the feature enabled
So it's a "give and take" feature.
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