|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Crown and face is blue or purple. Back of neck, rump, throat and breast are black, shoulder patch is chestnut, tail dull blue. The belly is white.
Makes a rich, trilling reel.
Found throughout most parts of mainland Australia. Separated into overlapping local varieties.
Dwells in a wide variety of habitats depending on race.
Breeds after rainy season.and builds an oval nest of grass and spiders egg-sacs lined with feathers and soft plant material.
Usually seen in family groups. Feeds on the ground and moves in a bouncy manner.
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Lovely shot of this bird. Great colors and detail with a nice blurred background.
Good shot and TFS
- [2009-11-21 5:08]
Nice shot of a male Variegated Fairy-wren Malurus lamberti. It is quite different from Superb Fairy-wrens and actually more difficult to photograph. Good one indeed, TFS.
- [2009-11-21 5:17]
Verry good capture of this bird with wonderull colours.Nice immage.Well done.
- [2009-11-21 6:25]
This photo of a Variegated Fairy-wren is very beautiful. Nice pose, great colours and good sharp details. Excellent composition, POV and DOF.
great- cute, TFS Ori