Today’s surprises were three Black Fronted Dotterels, and a family of Eastern Yellow Robins frolicking in the grass.
The still water made for good reflections of the Royal Spoonbill, who looked a bit disconcerted by his own shadow):
Standing room only for the Pacific Black Ducks:
A Purple Swamphen:
And a Little Black Cormorant:
The Grey Teal stood out with his bright red iris:
This tree looked, at first glance, empty, but it turned out to be chockers with European Goldfinch.
And lastly, this White Browed Scrubwren seemed very keen to relieve the Red Browed Finch of a huge feather it had gathered.
Another interesting hour at the Wetlands.