Sunday, 2 September 2012

Sunset at Black Rocks

I was driving home from Geelong along the back roads just before sunset this evening and decided to drop past the Black Rocks end of 13th Beach. There are often several species of small waders here but none to be seen tonight. A bit early in the Spring for Stints and Double-banded Plovers maybe but not even the resident Red-capped or Hooded Plovers could be found. I did manage to find a few birds in flight to keep me entertained for a while though...

Pacific Gull, Black Rocks 13th Beach
Silver Gull, Black Rocks 13th Beach
Straw-necked Ibis, Black Rocks 13th Beach

1 comment:

  1. I love the instant of touch down on the Silver Gull. They are such great birds to practice on, and everyso often you get one where the magic happens. Great reflection.


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