Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Wild Bird Wednesday 201 - Black Noddy

While I am on the road in places far flung and exotic, I will keep the WBW ball rolling with a couple of simple posts.

This weeks post is of one of my favourite birds, from one of my favourite places.

These are Black Noddys, on Lord Howe Island.  These pictures were taken in January 2016 and I like to think that some of these birds may be the chicks I photographed in the November 2015.  You can see the chicks here.








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34 comments:

  1. That is one handsome bird! Very impressive beak!

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  2. the black noddy is a wonderful bird. Love your images. :)

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  3. Hello, Pretty bird and wonderful photos. Thanks for hosting, enjoy your trip! Have a happy day and week ahead!

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  4. Very handsome birds! I will be traveling the next 3 weeks and away from Internet for part of the time (except for some cellular iPhone service, which is of limited usefulness) so I also will put my blog on "autopilot." Have a good trip!

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  5. Nice bird and unknown for me.
    Regards

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  6. Beautiful bird and shots Stewart. Thanks for hosting.

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  7. Great shots of some beautiful birds as always!

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  8. An interesting bird, a new one for me.

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  9. A new one for me. Thanks for hosting!

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  10. Very handsome birds! Thank you for hosting Stewart!

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  11. That's a smashing looking bird.

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  12. Very sleek and handsome. Enjoy your trip.

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  13. So distinguished. They all seem to be paying ready attention.

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  14. Hi Stewart these are such amazing photos of one of my favorite birds on WBW. I love the shimmering head on the Black Noddy. Thanks for hosting this meme. Take care on your travels. Greetings Jo

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  15. Hello Stewart,this is a beautiful bird.....and you have so many.....lovely shots!
    Thanks for hosting this meme your Australian birds are always fascinating.

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  16. Interesting birds and one that I certainly do not know. They look very handsome Cheers Diane

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  17. They are beautiful!

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  18. Stewart, interesting bird. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. I have to agree that the Black Noddy are among my favorites of your many, many posts and it is fun to think that these birds might be the babies that you posted the year before. One will never know for sure, but we can enjoy the possibility. Hope your travels continue to be safe and productive work wise and relaxation wise. Looking forward to some Scottish birds in their clan kilts :) Enjoy your travels, Stewart ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  20. Cool bird..great pics..enjoy your travels...No birds this week..They are coming though!! Hope you are having a good week..

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  21. Oh I really like the Noddy, I wonder if he is a common type of bird. I also wonder where you have gone on your exotic trip. Hope we get to see some snaps of it. Thanks for keeping the flock of bird bloggers together here.

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  22. What a neat bird, Stewart! Happy travels!

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  23. I love that seeing that noddy... and never tire of seeing that Island where he lives. Thank you for hosting as always, especially when yo are so busy.

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  24. You have some wonderful birds down there!...not to mention your photos of them!

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  25. The Black Noddy is a lovely bird. I remember them now that I see that light-colored head. Enjoy your travels! Find lots of great birds, too!

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  26. I like the noddy's cap!

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  27. Will have to visit Lord Howe Island one day.Beautiful looking Noddy.

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  28. What a precious baby!
    In the 3rd photo from top, the bird might as well be wearing a hoodie :)
    Nicely done, Stewart.
    Have a Happy Week ahead.
    Peace :)

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