At Carawine Gorge

ca14th – 15th June, 2015

We spent our last couple of days at Carawine Gorge lazing around, doing a bit of washing etc.

Erich took quite a few more fauna photos.

Black-necked stork commonly known as the Jabiru.

Possibly a Black-fronted Dotterel

More Rainbow Bee-eaters. There were many pairs of these birds which entertained us in the afternoons.

White-faced Heron

Perhaps a Little Eagle or a Kite

A White-plumed Honeyeater

Another Budgerigar

And just to show it is not all about the birds:

Don’t you just want to brush away those flies?

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1 Response to At Carawine Gorge

  1. Eoghan says:

    Beautiful shot of the dragonfly, Erich!

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