Many Mouths To Feed

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brian63
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Many Mouths To Feed

A very busy time for these adults.

sue818
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Great set of shots. I especially like the Woodswallow as I have not seen their nestlings.

Sue

HelloBirdy
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Great set, I agree with Sue's comment about woodswallows.

Ryu
Canberra
Aiming for DSLR-quality shots with a bridge camera

WhistlingDuck

Excellent selection of photos ... great work finding those nests.

Really like the magpie larks on the branch 

Dmenace
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Wonderful shots.

Reflex
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Great set of shots Brian. It's my favourite time of year.

Samford Valley Qld.

oconnore51
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yes, they are lovely, I look for nests but mostly don't see them!

elizabeth

Devster
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Wow what a great set and great theme. I haven't managed to get a photo of many young birds yet.

rawshorty
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Nice set Brian,

It's a great time of the year to get out and see all the birds breeding.

Shorty......Canon gear

Canberra

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brian63
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Thanks everyone for your kind words, I have added two more pics at the top of the thread (Magpie Lark & Willie Wagtails). Both nests are in the same tree and no more than two metres apart and pics taken within a couple of minutes of each other.

laza
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Absolutely incredible set Brian

I be happy to get one photo of nest feeding

Dont take life too seriously, it never ends well

Devster
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You often find Willies & Larks nesting close by to one another.

They seem to have a mutual agreement and team up to drive off any unwanted visitors

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