Birds of the Week: 28th May - 50 shades of grey

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Birds of the Week: 28th May - 50 shades of grey

Sorry for the delay everyone. Here is your challenge - 50 shades of grey - keep it clean smiley

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a grey theme Shirley - grey birds, grey background...

 

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Juvenile Eurasian Coot

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female Golden Whistler

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Cape Barren Goose, taken on Phillip Island.

M-L

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I know I posted these beforewink, but I like the mother and child photo of Tawny Frogmouths.

M-L

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Baby White-throated Treecreeper in my garden.

M-L

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Gang Gang Cockatoos are grey with a shade of redwink

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cassie.c87
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Many shades between these two Grey butcherbirds

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winkwinkGrey Fantail, not so greywinkwink

M-L

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White-breasted Robin....early bird does catch the worm !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Denmark. WA.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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I think Grey Fantails are going to be popular this week !!!

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Here is another shade of grey not sure what bird this is , ID would be appreciated . It was sun bathing in the leaves Denmark. W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Did someone say Grey Fantail

Grey Fantail by rawshorty, on Flickr">[/url] Grey Fantail by rawshorty, on Flickr

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Shorty......Canon gear

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Hi shoop, I would say female Golden Whistler.(post 15)

M-L

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Thanks M-L i was kinda thinking the same after looking at yours , even has the same olive green tinges to its wings.smiley

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Shorty......Canon gear

Canberra

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grey - did you say grey

Peter

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It is very light. but there is Grey on the side of my head, and a bit on my wings near my tail.

Bullers Albatross, Great Southern Ocean

Dale Huonville, Tasmania

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Oh and my legs are GREY too, as was the day these were taken.

Bullers Albatross Great Southern Ocean

Dale Huonville, Tasmania

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Male Splendid Fairy Wren, Grey Plover (well its legs are grey), Grey Butcherbird, Fairy Tern and White-Faced Heron:


Splendid Fairy Wren (male) by GirlinOz, on Flickr


Grey Plover by GirlinOz, on Flickr


Grey Butcherbird by GirlinOz, on Flickr


Fairy Tern by GirlinOz, on Flickr


White-Faced Heron by GirlinOz, on Flickr

Wendy
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Peel-Yalgorup System Ramsar Site

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wow pacman love your second photo ....what sort of falcon is that ? where did you take the photo? I have not seen one like that before !!!!!!!!

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Grey wings on a Silver Gull

Chris

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shoop wrote:

wow pacman love your second photo ....what sort of falcon is that ? where did you take the photo? I have not seen one like that before !!!!!!!!

thanks, Grey Goshawk at Ourimbah, Central Coast NSW in 1/13; if you hover the mouse over the pic I have put the species names there

Peter

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Fantail Cuckoo, Denmark W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Grey Shrike -thrush, Denmark W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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White-faced Heron, Lake Monger W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Splendid fairy wren turning blue with shades of grey. Denmark W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Hooded Robin ( Female) Yarra Road., W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Striated Pardalote, my backyard. W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Wonder if we can get 50 species of Grey!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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pacman wrote:
shoop wrote:

wow pacman love your second photo ....what sort of falcon is that ? where did you take the photo? I have not seen one like that before !!!!!!!!

thanks, Grey Goshawk at Ourimbah, Central Coast NSW in 1/13; if you hover the mouse over the pic I have put the species names there

But if you hover the mouse for too long, the Goshawk will catch itwink

M-L

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A sleeping Grey Teal:

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Noisy Minors are different shades of grey.

M-L

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Hoary-headed Grebe

M-L

pacman
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another

Peter

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A little grey around my neck Rufous Whistler. W.A.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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I think we are up to 28 species so far...keep them comingsmileyyes

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Brolga is grey, hope someone has a Saurus Crane pic.        Grey phase of Pacific Reef Heron or Eastern Reef Egret is ..... grey.              Striated Heron has a grey body and wings.            Australian Crake or Australian Spotted Crake has a grey breast.

Peter

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Greyt Egret at Goolwa SA

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Female Mistletoebird and Baby Mistletoebird , shades of grey !

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Doves have grey !!!!!!!!!!

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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Black-faced Woodswallows, Caspian Tern and Crested Terns and Buff-banded Rail.

Kerry - Perth, Western Australia.

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This baby is grey:

M-L

Araminta
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so is the Grey Currawong.

M-L

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The immature Black-winged Stilt has many shades of grey.

M-L

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This reminds me of another possible topic.

"48 shades of brown" is a Nick Earls book, actually named for Neville W. Cayley's seminal "What bird is that?" birding guide, which apparently had 48 names for different shades of brown .

Cheers
Tim
Brisbane

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*double post*

Cheers
Tim
Brisbane

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Dusky Woodswallows

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Love the grey against pink

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one more Cape Barren Goose. Run Goosy run.

M-L

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