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Scotty45 Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Mar 2010Wed 03-Oct-12 03:28 AM
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"Another Kooka."
Wed 03-Oct-12 03:30 AM by Scotty45

Swan Reach.Vic., AU
          

This guy was moving around from tree to tree & searching the ground for lizards or any other tasty critters for breakfast. I managed to get a quick shot from about 50ft away, while he was checking me out. I was using the tripod & the light wasn't the best. So I've done a fairly severe crop. I guess one has to take any opportunity as it comes.....Scotty.

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af4nc Gold Member Nikonian since 07th Jul 2007Wed 03-Oct-12 10:32 PM
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Very nice, haven't seen one before

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Scotty45 Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Mar 2010Thu 04-Oct-12 01:32 AM
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Swan Reach.Vic., AU
          

Thanks for commenting Tom. Although a member of the Kingfisher family, i'm pretty sure the Laughing Kookaburras are confined to downunder in the wild......Scotty.

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Reilly M Registered since 26th Jul 2008Thu 04-Oct-12 06:08 AM
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Most excellent, mate!

yours,
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Scotty45 Silver Member Nikonian since 20th Mar 2010Thu 04-Oct-12 07:52 AM
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Swan Reach.Vic., AU
          

Hi Reilly. Thanks for looking & the kind comment......Scotty.

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