Sunday 4 June 2017

Rufous Bush Robin

Rufous Bush Robin - a common breeder and seen every time I visit Besor in the summer months. They are quite shy and don't often pose for photos. This one obviously had other things on his mind and put on a dazzling display of tail cocking and wing shivering. I, for one, was totally won over.

Not passing up the chance of a meal.

Also got a glimpse of a Purple Swamphen by the pool. It's the first one here for along time but good to know they are still in the area - unless it's a migrant.

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