The Grey Fantails were at Rocky Cape National Park. They seemed to be all along the South Cave track with at least 6 being seen at once. They were often landing far too close to allow the camera to focus. The hardest part of photographing a fantail is anticpating where it will land next as they never seem to sit still for more than a second or so.
The Black-faced Cuckooshrike was at Table Cape. It's not a very good shot at all but it's the first I've seen this year and the first I've ever managed to photograph. Of course I was just about to get a terrific shot but some walkers came along and it flew off. (Nothing against the walkers - just bad timing)
The Little Pied Cormorant, the Tern, and the Heron were at Sulphur Creek which is where I was watching the Albatrosses yesterday.
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