Regent Honeyeater fledgling

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Welcome to my website!  My name is Vicki Powys and I live in rural Australia.  I have been recording wildlife sounds and writing about birdsongs since the 1980s and am currently the sound editor for the Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group.  

 

My other big interest is landscape painting.  I trained at the Julian Ashton Art School in Sydney, NSW, back in the 1960s and have had many solo exhibitions since that time.

 

Please feel free to explore my new website where you can download some of my papers on birdsong, listen to wildlife sounds, and look at my paintings and photos.

 

The little bird shown here is a fledgling Regent Honeyeater on its first day out of the nest, September 2009.  This species is classified as Critically Endangered with perhaps only 500-1000 birds left in the wild.  Capertee Valley in New South Wales is an important breeding site for the species.

 

 

 





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