6/30/21

My Corner of the World



Fantail in my garden


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39 comments:

Heidi R. said...

And how nicely he can fan out, then the female has to be around too?

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

That bird is appropriately named!

Min Lilla Kokvrå said...

I would also need a fan in my garden right now ;)

Michele Morin said...

Fantail! What a beautifully constructed creature!

Tom said...

...an appropriate name!

Taken For Granted said...

What a flashy looking bird. You have such great bird visitors, so I am always happy to see your photos of them. Thanks for hosting this blog allowing us to show what we have been shooting.

Cloudia said...

Thank You, Dear

Dixie @ Arranged Words said...

What a little beauty!

Amy said...

Love those little guys, don't see them much up here except on bush walks.

Sandee said...

I've never seen a bird with a tail like that. Very pretty and great captures.

Thank you for hosting the fun, Betty.

Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥

Lydia C. Lee said...

That's so cute!! I don't think I've seen one in the 'wild'

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I've never seen a fantail before! It is an interesting bird

rupam sarma said...

So beautiful:)

Veronica Lee said...

Love the photos. I've never seen a bird with a tail like that! How pretty!

Nancy Chan said...

It is a very beautiful Fantail. A tail which I think the bird is proud of! Have a wonderful weekend.

suituapui said...

Nice tail!

Jutta said...

What a beautiful bird. Thank you for your post about my project.

Best wishes, Jutta

NatureFootstep said...

I did see that one or a similar one in Queensland some years ago. A beautirul bird. Great shots. :)

Natasha said...

Love fantails, and this is as gorgeous as any other. Did you say in your garden, Betty?

Love and light. Happy weds.

Elke (Mainzauber) said...

Had to look what it is in German: Neuseelandfächerschwanz (Rhipidura fuliginosa).
Very cute. Of course it doesn't exist with us.
Herzliche Grüße - Elke (Mainzauber / Germany)

Zinaida Strinu said...

Look at her tail and how proud she is! Thanks for sharing!

Have a fine week, dear Betty! ♥

Lea said...

Wonderful! Fantastic!
A small bird strutting around, displaying its tail feathers like a peacock!
Have a blessed day!

Melbourne Australia Photos said...

Great shot, Betty!

My Desktop Daily said...

PS: Thank you for hosting!

Diana said...

She's very, very cute! And interesting!
It's the first time I see this bird! Wonderful!
All the best!

EricaSta said...

Lovely... thank you for sharing, thank you for hosting too.
Have a wonderful week

handmade by amalia said...

Lovely summery photos!
Thanks for hosting.
Amalia
xo

Suzana said...

I do not know this bird! Beautiful images!
Lucky to make them!
Thank you and Happy WW!

Schwabenfrau said...

Wow, ich bin begeistert, einen Fächerschwanz im Garten. Das gibt es wohl nur auf Neuseeland.
Liebe Grüße Eva

Joanne said...

What a beautiful bird!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your wonderful pictures certainly show how this bird got its name! Great. Thanks for hosting.

Kirsi schreibt said...

Oh wow what a sweet and (for me) exotic little bird,
greetings
Kirsi

David M. Gascoigne, said...

Fantails have provided me with great entertainment on several occasions. They are wonderful little birds.

Rostrose said...

Dear Betty,
I've never seen a Fantail - it looks very cute!
All the best in July
Traude
https://rostrose.blogspot.com/2021/06/tagesausflug-schloss-artstetten.html

Yvonne said...

Wow! Remarkable little bird. How fortunate to have them.

jp@A Green Ridge said...

What a BEAUTIFUL bird, Betty!!! I would love it if you sent a pair my way...jp

csuhpat1 said...

Such a beautiful bird photo. Very nice. Thanks for sharing it with us.

mvmaithai said...

This reminds me of the Killdeer bird. It shrieks and fans its tail like that when danger lurks.

onceuponatimehappilyeverafter.com said...

Perfectly named little fellow. We had some adorable bright green birds visit last spring, summer and fall...never to have been seen before or after. I think they were a gift to give us something to enjoy during the Covid lockdowns.