The Red-Browed Finch was the most common visitor to the water hole at the Nature Reserve during my visit. Often coming in groups of 2 to 6. This young finch was more content at sitting, rather than darting around the vegetation, allowing me to get a clear shot of the bright colouring.

Ocean Grove Nature Reserve protects the last remaining stand of original woodland on the Bellarine Peninsula, making it a haven for native plants and animals.

Olympus E-30, Zuiko 50-200mm SWD, 400mm, f/7, 1/100 sec., ISO 200, EC-20 X2 Teleconverter

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Comments

  • Michael Matthews
    Michael Matthewsalmost 3 years ago

    Nice to see it was sitting still for a while. These little birds seem to be constantly moving.
    Looks like a great spot for bird photography. Another great shot John.

  • Thanks for the comment. Luckily this was a juvenille bird, and not quite as busy as the rest of the group & allowed a resting moment to capture it.

    – John Sharp

  • Macky
    Macky7 months ago

    Great comp and light John, congrats!!

  • Thank you Macky. Much appreciated.

    – John Sharp

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