Hugh Dundas

Male. Lives in Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia.
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This young Rainbow Lorikeet visited us at Nambucca Beach, NSW, Australia this morning
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The Emu, native to Australia and predominantly found in the dry inland parts of the country. Photo taken in 2018.
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The Wedge-tailed eagle, the largest bird of prey in Australia, with a length of over one metre (3ft 6in) and a wingspan of approximately 2.84 metres (9ft 4in). Wedge-tails are found throughout Austra...View More
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The Kea, a native parrot of New Zealand, found predominantly in the alpine regions of the South Island. The Kea is now considered uncommon, is a protected species and is the world's only alpine parro...View More
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Two pairs of Australian King Parrots, native to the eastern states of Australia. They inhabit heavily wooden ranges and rain forests, and are normally encountered in pairs or family groups. The male...View More
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A male King Parrot - a native parrot of the eastern states of Australia, Papua and some Indonesian islands. This particular parrot and his mate visit our home every year around this time (late winter...View More
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A Blue-faced Honeyeater in Tambo, Queensland, Australia.
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Neither of these are Australian natives obviously, but the were hanging out together at Lake Moondarra near Mount Isa, QLD today, and both were pretty handsome specimens.
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A Stone Bush Curlew, native to Australia, and found across most of the continent. It has a 60 centimetre wingspan and feeds on lizards, frogs, insects and small mammals. They are known by the local i...View More
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Seagull chick (English) photographed in 2018 in Whitby Harbour, Yorkshire, UK.
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Australian Brush Turkey - a fairly common mound building bird found on the east coast from far North Queensland to the south coast of New South Wales
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A Grey Butcher Bird - native to Australasia. They are so named for their habit of impaling small lizards and large insects on thorns and broken branches for later consumption, or to hold them in place...View More
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Four photos that I took along the Murray and Lachlan Rivers in outback New South Wales, Australia, last year (2018). The first two are Cormorants (same variety - female and male), the third shows two ...View More
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