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Australian Magpies at Palm Beach

Yesterday I went for a walk with my wife up to the lighthouse at Palm Beach. We do this walk every couple of years. It's a beautiful locatio...

Warbling Magpie

Young Magpie warbling (singing) away in the backyard, Melbourne, Australia.

Poseur

Here is another Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae) this time displaying the blue wing colouring and the unusual red and black bars on the tail. They are members of the kingfisher family and therefore voracious feeders. They tend to eat insects, worms and crustaceans, but will also eat small snakes, mammals, frogs and bird hatchlings. I have observed more than once Kookaburras trying to tap through nests in walls to get at hatchlings but have yet to see one succeed. View Large…

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Magpie face I 457 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist

Carol Thomson "Magpies Singing" 10 x 10cm acrylic

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A favourite photo of mine, The Three Tenors <3 The Australian Magpie has one of the world's most complex bird songs, some can also make great mimics!

Nicole Grimm-Hewitt - Magpie Artist Of The Month - The Magpie Whisperer

I discovered Nicole on her Instagram account when I was searching magpie hash tags… (which I religiously do each time I sign onto Instagram!) I came … Read More

Australian Magpie

Portrait of an Australian Magpie. Not related to the European / North American Magpie. It's actually a type of piebald crow. Very smart and gregarious. They live in very tight family groups and have a wide range of verbalisations. They are responsible for an iconic sound in theAussie bush ..... a beautiful melodic warble. Hellish hard to photograph because the contrast in their feathers exceeds the dynamic range of cameras and screens. What happens most is that their eyes disappear into…

Australian Magpie watercolour print by Ramona Frederickson

Magpie watercolour print Australian wildlife bird wall art | Etsy

This is a Pigment Ink Print on Archival Paper of an original watercolour painting of a mischievous Australian magpie. TWO SIZES: The reproduced artwork is printed on an A3+ (32.9 x 48.3 cm or 12.95 × 19 in) sheet. Alternatively, a smaller A4 (21.0 × 29.7 cm) print is also available. MATERIALS: Printed with Epson Ultra Chrome pigment inks on gorgeous Hahnemuhle paper– a white, 100% cotton paper – guarantees archival standards. The mould-made watercolour paper features a distinct textured…

If you want to avoid being attacked by magpies this spring, perhaps you should try making friends with them.

Magpies swooping? You should try making friends

If you want to avoid being attacked by magpies this spring, perhaps you should try making friends with them.

Photographing at Red Hill Nature Reserve on Saturday, 24 November 2018 - Rainbow Lorikeets and some more insects — Birds in Canberra

My motivation for getting out of bed before the sun rises on a Saturday morning is the knowledge that I will be shortly walking around Red Hill Nature Reserve photographing something interesting. I never try to anticipate what I will see on the hill that day, I just know I will see something. On this morning, I was so glad to see Rainbow Lorikeets. As I said in a previous post, I really have a soft spot for these engaging parrots as they were always around when I was growing up in…

'Melba' Yellow-tailed black cockatoo — Leila Jeffreys

©Leila Jeffreys 2012 'Melba' Yellow-tailed black cockatoo 2012 Series: Series: Biloela Wild Cockatoos Photograph on archival fibre based cotton rag paper 112 x 89 cm