Eastern Yellow Robin taken at Dorrigo NP by Alwyn Simple

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The Eastern Yellow Robin is confined to the east and south-east of the Australian mainland. The range is mostly along the coastal and adjacent areas, but does extend quite large distances inland in some areas.

Eastern Yellow Robins are found in a wide range of habitats, from dry woodlands to rainforests. They are also common in parks and gardens, and are usually first seen perched on the side of a tree trunk or other low perch.

It is not uncommon to have these birds at our feet when we are photographing near them. They can be very friendly.

Information from BIRDS in BACKYARDS


0658_0419, eastern yellow robin, dorrigo np, alwyn

I specialise in Photographing birds in their natural environment. To date I have photographed over 450 Australian species. If you like to view great bird shots please visit my site. I also like to photograph Landscape scenes but this is my second choice. I love nature and love to see and capture it when it is living free.

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  • Peter Wiggerman
    Peter Wiggerman10 months ago

    Great shot alwyn

  • Many thanks Peter for the comment.

    – Alwyn Simple

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarke10 months ago

    Sweet and beautiful capture.

  • Thanks Bunny

    – Alwyn Simple

  • mosaicavenues
    mosaicavenues10 months ago

    terrific capture Alwyn

  • Many thanks Kerryn

    – Alwyn Simple

  • Steve Randall
    Steve Randall10 months ago

    15 Nov 2013


  • Many thanks for the feature Steve.

    – Alwyn Simple

  • Steve Randall
    Steve Randall9 months ago

    18 Nov 2013

  • Many thanks for the feature Steve, it is greatly appreciated

    – Alwyn Simple

  • Leslie-Ann
    Leslie-Ann9 months ago

    Wonderful image, he is perched just as you requested him too, I suspect Al…lol…………………….Leslie

  • Thanks Leslie. I always love reading your comments.

    – Alwyn Simple

  • Michael John
    Michael John8 months ago

    Congratulations! Featured in Australian Native Birds – November 2013

  • Meg Hart
    Meg Hart7 months ago


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