Wednesday 25 January 2023

Wild Bird Wednesday 548 - Eastern Yellow Robin

Back to the robins for this week's WBW.

The Eastern Yellow Robin (Eopsaltria australis) is probably the most common robin in my part of the world.  Its range is from the extreme southeast corner of South Australia through most of Victoria and the western half of New South Wales and north as far as Cooktown.

It was also one of the robins that proved to be the most tricky to photograph during the 3 day tour!  Which is crazy really!

Anyway, as its name suggests this is not a red robin, but a yellow one.  The 'sticking out from a tree' position is a classic for this species.

This pictures look much better enlarged.  

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  1. Another lovely Robin Stewart. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a great week ahead.

  2. The eastern yellow robin is truly unique. Sticking the head out is not good for survival?

  3. A lovely new bird for me to meet! Always a pleasure. Stewart

  4. A very cute species for sure.

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