Eastern Yellow Robin

Usually the little birds (robins, wrens, finches) flit fast through the bush, coming to rest for only a few seconds before moving on. That makes photography challenging. This morning, a little Eastern Yellow Robin stayed in one spot long enough for me to take a few photos.

Eastern Yellow Robin

On the point of flight:

Eastern Yellow Robin

Common name: Eastern Yellow Robin

Scientific name: Eopsaltria australis

Approximate length: 15 cm

Date spotted: 13 March 2016

Season: Late summer

Location: Manly Dam Reserve, New South Wales, Australia

Latitude/longitude: 33°46’10.7″S 151°14’28.0″E

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About Sarah Maddox

Technical writer, author and blogger in Sydney

Posted on 2016/03/13, in Birds, Robin and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. What a lovely little bird, sharp detail.

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