Thursday, January 26, 2017

Honeyeaters in the Garden

Nothing new in the way of visitors to the garden this week, so I thought I would feature the honeyeaters that are very active at the moment.  We have planted a lot of native shrubs especially for the honeyeaters, but they much prefer to dine on the Fuchsias, Salvias and Agapanthas - go figure!!

The Eastern Spinebill is probably my favourite bird, but very hard to catch as it is constantly on the move. Colouring is very pretty. Love to hang upside down  collecting nectar.





The most prolific of the visitors to the garden is the new Holland Honeyeater. They are more than happy to pose for a while.





This last one is quite a youngster and very cute.



Liz Needle  -  linking with "Wild Bird Wednesday".

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  2. Their eyes are kind of wild looking with the white around them....

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  3. I like seeing it hanging upside down. I don't usually see that!

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  4. Hi Liz, I absolutely love seeing these photos. Honeyeaters are our favourites. You've gotten some amazing shots indeed because they're so quick and flighty... well done!

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  5. These are 2 of my favourite Honeyeaters adn lovelu shots of them Liz

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  6. Your photos are stunning, Liz! Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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  7. These two species are some of my favourites as well - and both seem camera shy!

    Sorry about slow reply - I have been in New Zealand and blogging has taken a bit of a back seat.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  8. Heisann, so beautiful and colourful birds visiting your garden. You are the perfect host planting shrubs with berries they like.
    Have a nice week ;:OD)

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  9. Wonderful photos. All bird photos are favorites of mine! Love the baby in the last ones.

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  10. you have to love Honeyeaters. Beautiful birds. And the Eastern Spinebill, really fine coloring :)

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