The White-browed Woodswallow (Artamus superciliosus) is a summer breeding visitor to my part of Australia.
This pair of birds came down to drink from an agricultural tank when I as in the Mallee this January. It was one of those chance encounters where you think 'some birds may land here'. So, I just parked the car and waited.
The bird with the more visible eye-stripe is the male. This species hunts insects on the wing and can form large flocks. But not this time!
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