Monthly Archive for April, 2009


Leucistic birds pop up from time to time, but true albinos are probably much less common. An email came in the other day from John, one of Gouldiae’s birding group, with a picture of a beautiful bird, an albino Eastern Spinebill, white, with pink legs and bill, and red eyes. It was photographed by Tracey […]

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A tattered tree.

With the depredations of the Sulphur-crested Cockatoos, the poor old angophora is not looking its best, but at least we’re finally getting some rain and it should be able to put out some fresh growth. It was raining lightly today, and I looked through the window to see two Crimson Rosellas having a feed of […]

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