After a long winter where the photographic opportunities are squeezed into the few sunny days we have, spring is finally here.  The last few weeks have been magic for bird photography and yesterday the best yet.  We have two small kowhai trees out the front of our house.  They are very close to the house […]

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A recent visit to Zealandia to look for the riflemen that are so hard to find, resulted in some lovely kakariki images.  These little parrots just love millet and there is a feeding station at Zealandia where they can often find a millet spray or two.  I remember when they were first released into the […]

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The Southern Bell Frog Litoria raniformisis an introduced species that is doing well over the whole country. It was introduced in 1860 from Tasmania. They are the largest frog in New Zealand and have made themselves well and truly at home at the wetlands at Queen Elizabeth park.  They are very noisy when they think […]

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Since setting up the new feeding station for the silvereyes the weather has been anything but helpful for testing it out properly.  The last couple of days though have been much better.  I have been playing with the different lenses both through the window and through the open door and these images are some of […]

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