Got up early and got down to waiting for some sunshine to get Australian Reed-Warblers up and going in their stretch of Common Reed (aka Bamboo Grass and got more names). Got good shot of bird near top of reed stem.
And got lucky with bird that had just got lucky.
Also got up close to one of several Crimson Finches getting active in small Pandanus.
Got these shots of Crimsons the other day.
Got Leaden Flycatcher hopping on Pandanus branch.
And got female Olive-backed Sunbird getting into nicely colour-matched nectar-flower.
Got to get Double-barred Finch on to today's list.
Now, got to get to the GOT:
Onya, Arya! Starkest of the Starks. Cracking opening to season 7
Variety is the spice of life and here's a peppering of assaults on prey losing their dice with death and timely proving the point. First on the menu, large locust in the clutches of Pacific Baza today.
Rufous Whistler about to cook caterpillar's goose.
Praying Mantis hooks on to some slow food.
Golden Orb Weaver getting ready for dragonfly roll.
Bonus spider footnote: scientists this week said they had identified 28 silk protein mixes produced by Orb Weavers. Be nice to know how many might be found on above web. And what many others are used for. Get to work, scientists.