New Holland Honeyeater
New Holland Honeyeater

I ventured out with my good birder friend Heyn this morning to Booderee National Park. Booderee National Park is at the southern end of Jervis Bay, NSW and is actually part of the ACT. It is a hotspot for the endangered Eastern Bristlebird and is well worth a trip to see this species.

Eastern Bristlebird, Jervis Bay, ACT
Eastern Bristlebird, Jervis Bay, ACT – Canon 7D & Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L – Read my EF400 5.6 Review

The best views are around the carpark at Cape St George Lighthouse. We managed to see the Bristlebird and we got a few shots. I decided to focus on the numerous New Holland Honeyeaters that inhabit the heath. Whilst common I still find them a very attractive honeyeater and well worth taking photos of. We had lovely light allowing for some nice photos. Thanks for looking.

New Holland Honeyeater, Booderee NP, ACT
New Holland Honeyeater, Booderee NP, ACT – Canon 7D & Canon EF 400mm f/5.6L – Read my EF400 5.6 Review

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