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    Kookaburras

    A signature icon of Australia, these Laughing Kookaburras, Dacelo novaeguinea, perch all along the coastal heath of Burleigh Head National Park. These birds are large, stout members of the kingfisher family, Halcyoninae, and can easily be spotted by following the sounds of their distinct 'laughing' call.

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    Often associating with other species of ducks, the Australasian Shoveler is often seen in flocks with Pink-eared Ducks. They inhabit a wide variety of wetlands, ranging from terrestrial swamps and lakes to estuaries and even sheltered inshore waters. They prefer wetlands with areas of open water fringed by abundant aquatic vegetation, where they feed in small groups by dabbling in the mud or at the water’s surface to filter small aquatic invertebrates from the water, using small grooves, or lamellae, on the sides of the birds’ spatulate bills.

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    Often associating with other species of ducks, the Australasian Shoveler is often seen in flocks with Pink-eared Ducks. They inhabit a wide variety of wetlands, ranging from terrestrial swamps and lakes to estuaries and even sheltered inshore waters. They prefer wetlands with areas of open water fringed by abundant aquatic vegetation, where they feed in small groups by dabbling in the mud or at the water’s surface to filter small aquatic invertebrates from the water, using small grooves, or lamellae, on the sides of the birds’ spatulate bills.

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    Often associating with other species of ducks, the Australasian Shoveler is often seen in flocks with Pink-eared Ducks. They inhabit a wide variety of wetlands, ranging from terrestrial swamps and lakes to estuaries and even sheltered inshore waters. They prefer wetlands with areas of open water fringed by abundant aquatic vegetation, where they feed in small groups by dabbling in the mud or at the water’s surface to filter small aquatic invertebrates from the water, using small grooves, or lamellae, on the sides of the birds’ spatulate bills.

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    The coastal footpath at Portland Bill

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    Common Tern - Richmond, BC

    My daughter, dog and I were out on Iona South Jetty, near the Vancouver airport, in search of shorebirds and on the way back we came across this little guy. Common terns migrate through our area but are seen infrequently. They are a great deal smaller, not to mention quieter, than our regular summer residents, the Caspian terns. Common terns can be found world wide, but the birds that we see here on the west coast most likely breed in Alberta or the North West Territories. www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Common_Tern/id This particular bird is already in non breeding plumage which is different from a couple items like the cap is complete to the beak and the gray mantle is solid. The time of day this bird was looking for a roost was perfect as we were into the long light and he seemed to be content to be the perfect subject for 5 minutes.

    Michael Klotz - www.TheBirdBlogger.com

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    Philippine rufous hornbill

    The rufous hornbill (Buceros hydrocorax), also known as the Philippine hornbill and locally as kalaw, is a large species of hornbill. It is sometimes called "the clock of the mountains" because of its periodic noontime call.
    This bird is endemic to the Philippines, where it occurs in primary, mature secondary and disturbed forests on 11 islands.
    The bill of most birds is completely red, but there are also subspecies with a pale yellow bill. An adult bird is 60 to 65 cm.

    De rosse neushoornvogel of roodbruine neushoornvogel (Buceros hydrocorax) komt voor op verschillende eilanden in de Filipijnen waar de vogel kalaw wordt genoemd.
    De vogel kan 60 à 65 cm groot worden en is daarmee de grootste neushoornvogel van de Filipijnen. De bijzonder luidruchtige rosse neushoorvogel leeft in laaggelegen oerwouden en is als gevolg van de ontbossing in de Filipijnen en de jacht op de soort vrij zeldzaam aan het worden. De nu nog voorkomende populaties leven dan ook in de dunbevolkte delen van de eilanden.
    Deze foto is gemaakt in Ouwehands Dierenpark in Rhenen.

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