one last new species to end my month by koalagardens

one last new species to end my month

What a month it has been for me to be really watching the birdbath so closely. I had discovered 2 species of birds I had not seen before (more for lack of watching so closely than anything) and I just found one more to end the month!
This is the yellow faced honeyeater, and that facial stripe is quite lovely!
I'm not sure what I'm going to do in this album for December now my month of birdbaths is over!
Thank you for the lovely messages of concern and support during this awful time of fire.
another beauty, hope they all return.
December 1st, 2019  
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Enjoyed your birdbath pictures!
December 1st, 2019  
A beautiful series of bird baths. It's good that you could help them in this difficult time.
December 1st, 2019  
Such an elegant little beauty , and an interesting month at your bird bath !
December 1st, 2019  
Lovely bird
December 1st, 2019  
I have really enjoyed seeing all the birds visiting your birdbath. Never seen a yellow faced honeyeater before, we have blue faced honeyeaters here.
December 1st, 2019  
I’ve loved your birdbath photos! This is a pretty little bird.
December 1st, 2019  
Super capture and background textures
December 1st, 2019  
Great month; I enjoyed the variety of species!
December 1st, 2019  
Very streamlined looking bird.
I've enjoyed your November birdbath pictures. Lots of fun to be able to look through this 'window' into your part of the world, all the way from my cold and icy Canadian location.
December 1st, 2019  
Lovely capture!
December 1st, 2019  
you have amazing birds on your property
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December 1st, 2019  
What a godsend that little oasis must be for the wildlife
December 1st, 2019  
What a lovely bird and how nice that you’ve seen 2 new species. I’ve really enjoyed your birdbath pictures.
December 1st, 2019  
Blends in quite well
December 2nd, 2019  
How fun to find your new friends
December 2nd, 2019  
Such a lovely month enjoying your bird bath photos..
December 2nd, 2019  
Great shot. You've had some neat looking birds.
December 2nd, 2019  
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