Buff-rumped thornbill acrobatics

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Subject: Buff-rumped thornbill acrobatics
From: David Rees <>
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2019 10:10:23 +0000
Thornbills are we know are hyperactive little things as they bounce about inside bushes.  There is a lot of detail that is hidden from view, because it happens so quick.  When you have a go at trying to record this activity you begin to understand the skill of these little birds. Please don't bother to look is you like nice well framed photos of bird taken full-frame with good bokeh etc., this is something different.  The ability of these bird to fly through a bush without hitting something is amazing to see and something I've manged to capture.

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