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Enjoy your photos and am inspired ! Many thanks for your generosity in allowing the sharing of your images on Birds of Flinders Island. Cheers, Victoria.
Thanks again for sharing your beautiful images of all sorts of birds.
I love all your Photos of Birds. Thank You! Regina
I just found your bird galleries.. Had a look at some and will come back for more. You have some great shots of some really different birds than we have here in western Canada.
Your bird photos are inspirational Alan. I photograph birds too and have learned from you.
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Vous avez un réel talent, continuez:)
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I love your galery
Thank you for the beautiful images. I enjoyed them very much.
Welcome to pbase Trent, and thank you for your comments.
Hi. I'm new to PBase and just found your galleries. I love taking pictures of birds so it is always interesting to see birds so unfamiliar to my region in the middle of Canada on the prairies. Thanks for the chance to see birds from your area.
Thank you for the superb photos, I'd just taken a photo and wast sure of the name of the bird, only see them here occasionly in summer, so your photos were fantastic. By the way it was a Rainbow Lorikeet.
Allen, I appreciate your efforts. just back from Tassie and your page helps refresh my memory for my list. Thank you, lee from San Francico
great bunch of galleries here.
Superb range of species and shots, well done.
I am just back from 3 weeks in Tasmania. I did see all the endemics, but only got pictures of the thornbill, currawong, wattlebird and native hen.
I like very much your pictures of emu wrens.
My pleasure Karen. The weather might have been kinder! Hopefully the scenery made up for the relative dearth of birds.
Thank-you for a wonderful day showing me the birds of Tassie!
I love your collection of bird pictures, Compliments!
Thanks for your comments, glad the images were "useful". I have had thoughts that I might add more information to each species, but like so many things these days, it has remained just that, a thought!
Alan, your beautiful photos just helped me identify some of the birds seen in Tassie. Thanks heaps!
What great pictures of Tasmanian birds. I am using your website to identify some of the birds that we could not remember the names of from our trip in Sept. 2010.
As a resident of Lauderdale, TAS where we hope we have stopped Walkers canal development (Save Ralphs Bay), it is great to browse your collection of Tasmanian birds. Our house is "home" to 2 nests of WELCOME SWALLOWS who swoop around me as I garden. I have started to use your photos to identify more the shore birds we have here in Ralphs Bay and the canal. FANTASTIC resource. Thanks again. Alan
Congratulations on the quality of your photos.
In Queensland I cannot get the sharpness into them you have.
Maybe we have a higher degree of mirage and the camera reads it.
Or maybe you are more patient than I am.
Thank you for the outstanding photos, they are real gems and having so many photos of the same birds on one page is very educational and informative. Some of the best bird phtography I have ever viewed. Thanks again
Very impressed with your galleries, a great collection of such nice birds!
Thanks for sharing them!
If you can spare some time, I would appreciate very much your comments on the gallery:
Hope to hear from you. Thanks.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
As I was browsing your galleries, Alan, I saw a shot you had taken of a "banded" sandpiper which had me recall a couple of birds I've seen in the wild missing part of their leg and foot. After seeing your profile message that you've banded birds, I can't think a better person to ask if you think the birds I've seen had lost their limbs due to bands for one explanation or another? I initially thought the birds were born deformed and am now curious as to whether you think the birds themselves or their parents if banded too early may have attempted to chew the bands off or perhaps the glint from the metal might cause larger fish to strike when the birds are in water? I've most recently noted that banding, as rare a sight as it's been, is now used with plastics.
Would December be a good time for bird photography in Tasmania?
Your photos are wonderful and really really helpful re identification.