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CLACKCLACK

By Lynniesefforts  
This is my pal, the Wattle Bird, or as I call him the clackclack bird..The noise from him!! CLACKCLACK !! Repeat ad nauseum. They are very tolerant of me charging around the yard with my camera.Grin Just a little bit of ornithological info for you.

He is drinking from one of the few remaining, teeny appleblossoms..

Thank you to all for the recent clicks and comments on my last upload of the Cicada. it is much appreciated. Grin

Tags: Birds Australia Wildlife and nature Wattle Bird

Voters: gary_d, gwynn56, Hermanus and 24 more


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Hermanus 7 4 South Africa
14 Nov 2013 2:35AM
Lovely images Lynnie Smile My first encounter with this clacking one !

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ddolfelin Plus
8 103 3 Wales
14 Nov 2013 4:18AM
Clack Clack.
Obviously a female.
Is the male more colourful?
That's a lovely shot, Lynnie.
14 Nov 2013 4:54AM
A great series, Lynnie. Crisp and well defined photos.

Peter
Thank you Peter and Peter Grin the male and female look much the same. It's not only females who clack clack I'm sure TongueGrin

Lynette Grin
ColleenA Plus
7 445 7 Australia
14 Nov 2013 7:03AM

Quote:Lovely images Lynnie Smile My first encounter with this clacking one !

Great images Lynnie...well captured
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 161 16 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2013 7:06AM
A great set of images LynetteSmile

Cliff
NaturesHaven 8 283 6 England
14 Nov 2013 7:11AM
They have similar looks and characteristics to our Starlings...........they never shut up either.............GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Lillian Plus
10 23 17 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2013 8:00AM
What a lovely looking bird Lynnie
beautifully captured
Lillian
14 Nov 2013 9:09AM
Wattle lovely bird, Lynnette!SmileWink
Three of the best here!

Richard
NDODS 9 5.2k 127 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2013 5:02PM
A very well observed, composed, exposed and captured trio of ornithological images with stunning detail and colour throughout..

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
14 Nov 2013 9:03PM
What a lovely bird Lynnie. Lovely set. You do have amazing birds in your yard. Cathy
lesliea 10 2 Australia
15 Nov 2013 5:55AM
Very nice images Lynnette well captured.
Allen, Smile
nonur 11 18 13 Turkey
19 Nov 2013 4:44PM
Brilliant shots!
Jocelia 8 2 1 Australia
21 Nov 2013 12:29AM
Nice close up Lynnette, they are always too fast for me to capture.
We have to put nets over our fruit trees once the fruit have formed, if we want
any to eat that is… Lovely fiathered friend…..WinkWinkWink
SimonFletch 6 3 2 Scotland
22 Nov 2013 3:59AM
A great trio of images and very interesting to learn about your chattering friends, Lynnie.

Simon
Glostopcat 14 255 2 England
16 Dec 2013 4:08PM
I thought that was the sound of your camera shutter going off when you were snapping him!Blush Another fine set Lynnie, you get some really colourful and exotic birds in Oz

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