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Posted By: Bramela, 01-18-2009, 06:38 PM

Lorikeets feeding in my Lilly Pilly Tree.








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WOW.. beautiful birds shots Bruce. Love the colors! JIM
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That are some fine bird shots Bruce, gorgeous colors.
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You did really well to get such beautiful captures. Rainbow lorikeets don't stay still for long, as you would know. Another confirmation that the 55-300 is next on my list. Very fine shots, mate.

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Thanks all for the comments. They are a beautiful bird, and , in my favour, the abundant fruit keep them very occupied for quite a while.
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Beautiful colour there.

This means that the habitat is rather wet and humid to render the bird colourful.
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Colors are exotic, Bruce. Let's break out some exotic tropical drink . . . containing some Captain Morgan.

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Super colours! Totally out of my current world
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Thanks guys, , that tropical drink sounds OK.
Yes they are a beautiful bird, but somewhat very noisy.
I have had a couple of Female Bower Birds (very rare to see) visiting as well, and have been trying to get a shot but they are extremely timid, they stay deep among the leaves.
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