Red-browed Firetail

The pair of delightful firetails are back  after being absent for a few weeks. They’ve probably been around, just not under my nose. This little fellow certainly was.

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Thanks for looking!   🙂

 

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. sue ouzounis says:

    Absolutely gorgeous. I would be sitting outside watching all the birds.

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    1. It’s treat that they’ll bathe knowing I’m just beyond the window. Outside, they’d fly away.

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  2. Sue says:

    Great action shots! And what a cute little birdie.

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    1. The birdie is gorgeous, that’s for sure! Glad you enjoyed them, Sue. Thank you.

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  3. Carol Ann says:

    Fabulous photos of feather bathing

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    1. Thank you, Carol Ann. It’s a pleasure to know you are keeping an eye on my photos! 🙂

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  4. cristina61 says:

    They are little beauties, and I just adore that second picture!

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    1. Thank you. I was pleased with myself for capturing this cutie in action. 🙂

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  5. Aunt Beulah says:

    You are right, red-browed fire-tails are delightful birds and your photographs are equally delightful. Nothing tickles me quite like seeing a bird bathe, they are so vigorous and unabashed. Robins are the only birds that that take advantage of our bird bath, but they do so regularly.

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    1. A pleasure to watch. Sometimes the birds practically line up for their turn on a hot day! Thanks for dropping in, Janet.

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