I manged to get out birding again this week - and I am almost starting to feel a whiff of normality in the air here. I suspect it wont last!
I traveled to the sewage works at Werribee on another bright and windy day - the weather seemed to keep the birds in the air, and by mid-morning it was very bright. But it was good to be out.
I managed to get some pictures of White-fronted Chat (Epthianura albifrons) which is a common bird that I have found hard to photograph. This male perched in a bush for a short time and I was able to get of a burst of shots. The wind - and hand holding a long lens - made it all a bit difficult, but here are the pictures anyway.
There are a number of Chat species in Australia - but this is the only one that occurs in my part of the world.
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