Kurrichane Thrush by naturalnomad

Kurrichane Thrush (Turdus libonyanus)

Hlane Royal National Park, Swaziland

Canon Digital Rebel XTi
Canon EF300mm f/2.8L + 2X teleconverter

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Comments

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsalmost 4 years ago

    It is quite wonderful viewing your images with birds I will never see! What a beauty this is!

  • Thanks so much!

    – naturalnomad

  • Sandy Stewart
    Sandy Stewartalmost 4 years ago

    I agree with Pamela,…..what a lovely close up of a Kurrichane Thrush, which until seeing this shot, I didn’t even know existed! The lighting so perfectly accents the pretty orange breast feathers! :)

  • Thanks so much for your kind words! Birds are continually amazing to me, the incredible variety of colors, shapes, sizes, and behaviors!

    – naturalnomad

  • hootonles
    hootonlesalmost 4 years ago

    Stunningly beautiful :O)

  • Many thanks!

    – naturalnomad

  • Elizabeth Kendall
    Elizabeth Kendallalmost 4 years ago

    A beauty!!

  • Magaret Meintjes
    Magaret Meintjesalmost 4 years ago


    2 Day 2011/05/29
    Awesome!

  • marella
    marellaalmost 4 years ago

  • lorilee
    lorileealmost 4 years ago

    Beautiful!!!

  • Thank you!

    – naturalnomad

  • Nancy Bray
    Nancy Brayalmost 4 years ago

    Such a beautiful little bird – that’s for sharing, because I will probably never see one of these for myself!

  • Thanks so much for your comment… and you are very welcome! The natural world is so full of unexpected surprises! Glad you enjoyed this one!

    – naturalnomad

  • ChrisCoombes
    ChrisCoombesalmost 4 years ago

    You take such beautiful crisp, clear photos! Not an unattractive subject by any means, but not exactly awe-inspiring, but the quality of the image makes it a great photo. Well done

  • Many thanks, Chris, for the kind words! As much as I love photographing the spectacular and beautiful wildlife of our world, I love the challenge of trying to capture the subtle beauty of the common and obscure!

    – naturalnomad

  • Elizabeth Kendall
    Elizabeth Kendallalmost 4 years ago

    2 June 2011.

  • Thanks so much for this feature!

    – naturalnomad

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