Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Grey-headed Lapwing, Penrith, NSW

I had to twitch this Grey-headed Lapwing. Mega rude not to. It didn't come close enough for my focal range (400mm) but these crappy record shots will be a happy memory one day. I only had the briefest of visits before having to return to the city but It felt great to raise my binoculars for the first time in ages. Standing at a gate, looking at a distant bird, with other blokes - doesn't get any better.


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