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Postcards Catalogue

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Item No

Item Details


Item No

Item Details


Grey Falcon
Falco hypoleucos

A beautiful falcon of Australia’s dry interior. It seems to evaporate in the blue sky while soaring and hunts by stooping from altitude or from a perch in a dead branch of a tree. Capable of killing prey up to and including such birds as galahs. Very fast but more lightly built and buoyant than the peregrine. Lens 55 mm


Australian Kestrel
Falco cenchroides

The smallest of Australia’s falcons. Found throughout most of Australia. It hunts small mammals, birds, insects and reptiles.
Lens 300 mm


Barn Owl Tyto alba
Found throughout most of Australia where its fortunes depend populations of small mammals and occasional birds.
Lens 55 mm


White-bellied Sea-eagle- Haliaeetus leucogaster
A portrait of a captive sub-adult. This beautiful pirate is found in coastal Australia and inland rivers. Prey consists of fish pirated from cormorants, young sea birds, slow, sick, or dead, sea birds or fish washed up on shore or floating in water. It can catch mammals such as cats, rabbits, possums and wallabies. Lens 100 mm.


Wedge-tailed eagle-
Aquila audax

The largest eagle in Australia. It eats a wide range of prey including young kangaroos, wallabies, birds and reptiles. The introduced rabbit forms a major part of its diet where it is abundant. A sub adult female is seen here. Lens 55 mm


Common Wombat & baby Vombatus ursinus
Wherever she goes her baby is not far behind. She has discovered a bridge is the best way to cross a stream without getting wet.
Lens 100 mm


Emu- Dromaius Novaehollandiae
A troupe of young emus head for water in the golden landscape of early summer. As many as fifty young, at this age are sometimes fostered by one male Lens 200 mm


Wedge-tailed eagle Aquila audax & Emu Dromaius novaehollandiae
A large, mature female eagle looks out across open country at a troupe of passing emus. Many emu chicks and young kangaroos fall prey to these magnificent birds. Lens 55mm


Superb Fairy-wren Malurus cyaneus
The dazzling 'blue wren is found in southeast Australia and Tasmania.
Lens 200 mm


Red-winged parrot Aprosmictus erythropterus
This stunning parrot is common in northern Australia.
Lens 200 mm


Blue-winged kookaburra Dacelo leachii
A male watches for prey from a perch in a tree. Found in Northern Australia, where it is an efficient hunter of fledgling birds, reptiles, small mammals and insects. Lens 200 mm

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