Bird of the Week Challenge: 26th September - the EYES have it

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Bird of the Week Challenge: 26th September - the EYES have it

A huge thank you to Sue for this week's theme!

The aim is to post photos that focus on bird eyes - lets see some great photos.

ungb
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A bird with melancholy eyes.

kamman77
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I See You 

teganb02
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Big brown eyes of a Peafowl

Tegan - Melbourne Vic.

sue818
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Love those eyes! Bush Stone-curlew have big eyes.

Sue

Amson
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These Honeyeaters always looks so angry.

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This Brown Quail has striking red eyes.

LM

AussieAl
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How can I not resist these eyes?

AussieAl

AussieAl
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A Happy Eye.

AussieAl

AussieAl
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G'day!

AussieAl

AussieAl
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I have lots of them!

AussieAl

AussieAl
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I'm watching YOU!

AussieAl

ungb
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See the world through silver-rimmed glasses.

robwill
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"Do you have anything to eat for me" eyes.

Not shy. by robert, on Flickr

Rob. 

Rick N
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The Stare #1

brian63
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For hunting at night

Devster
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All the better to see you with my lovely!

sue818
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Who goes there?

Sue

detritus
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Those eyes are definitely the most striking thing about the otherwise dime-a-dozen Eurasian Coots!

Reflex
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Eye contact with a Campbell Albatross.

Samford Valley Qld.

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Another Bush Stone Curlew

ungb
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Doctor My Eyes

sue818
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Who could resist?

Sue

Rick N
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The Stare #2

brian63
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Another Blue Faced Honeyeater.

detritus
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Makes me a little uncomfortable when I stare too deeply into it.

Reflex
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Masked Lapwing.

Samford Valley Qld.

brian63
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Australasian Figbird.

sue818
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Black-fronted Dotterel has such a lovely eye

Sue

Devster
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Such great photos. Great to see the different shapes, sizes and colours of their eyes.

sue818
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Dark on light

Sue

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Pacific Osprey.

Reflex
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The Little Black Cormorant has the most magnificent coloured eyes.

Samford Valley Qld.

sue818
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Love all those colours.

Brolga has lovely coloured eye

Sue

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I think he saw me

Rick N
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Love that Cormorant John. Magic shots being presented.

The Stare #3

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Some great shots coming through....Buller's Albatross, perfectly adapted to life within the marine environment. This species has been listed as "Near Threatened". No need for sunglasses despite the strong sunshine?

Samford Valley Qld.

brian63
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Little Pied Cormorant.

WhistlingDuck

sue818
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Love that look from a Brown Gerygone

Sue

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Blinky has one eye missing

soakes
Olinda, Victoria, Australia

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The Pied Oystercatcher has red eyes and an orange-red eye ring which stands out against the black plumage of its head.

Samford Valley Qld.

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Been having trouble posting from iPad so sorry if I put up a couple in a row now.

Dale Huonville, Tasmania

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Dale Huonville, Tasmania

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Again I apologise for jumping in, would have spread them out if technology was being kind. My last few posts have all been rescue birds, which have been rehabillitated and where possible released.

Dale Huonville, Tasmania

AussieAl
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What a fantastic bunch of photos!

Ain't nature grand?

Al.

AussieAl

Rick N
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The Stare #4

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Great Egret.

Samford Valley Qld.

Rick N
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The Stare #5 - Frightening :-)

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