Superb Fairy-wren Sounds at Lake Wendouree Spring 2015 - Part1

Superb Fairy-wren Sounds at Lake Wendouree Spring 2015 - Part1

BLUE WREN (Malurus cyaneus cyanochlamys) @ Lake Wendouree

Walking by the lake and listen to the sound of nature. The loudest and higher tone birds are the Superb Fairywren or Blue Wren (M. c. cyanochlamys)   found on this area of the lake. I could not see the birds because they are hiding from the lush bushes and very hard to photo shoot them yet they are too loud to listen! I got a photo of them recently in winter season from the other island of the lake closer to this spot where they are singing on the video part 1 and part 2. The birds on the photo hard to photo shoot as they are very busy looking for food and starting to mate early month of the common 4 seasons. One of the reasons, I follow the 6 seasons according to the Indigenous Australian calendar to be specific when birds are already mating by the month of August, which is still last month of winter but actually early month of spring by nature evidence around you.

Btw, can you identify the Fairy Wren sounds? The cocky sounds belongs to the Purple Swamp Hen.


@ LAKE WENDOUREE  ---  7:42PM, Nov.2 Monday (Daylight Saving Time)


Brown Female Superb Fairywren (Malurus cyaneus cyanochlamys) @Lake Wendouree

Brown Female Superb Fairywren (Malurus cyaneus cyanochlamys) @Lake Wendouree

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