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Rainbow Bee-eater  Size: 38cm Habitat: Found all across Australia except Tasmania and the far south west of the mainland. It is found in all types of open country especially around rivers and creeks. Notes: Head is orange with a black and blue stripe through their bright red eye. Body green and blue, bright orange under wings, tail usually has two wire like extensions. Nests at the end of tunnel in a creek or river bank. Breeds Spring- Summer. For more information on Rainbow Bee-eater see references.

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Greg Holland and Leon Keasey have spent two years of their life, and travelled more than 100,000km through out Australia, chasing perfect Bird photos.

They encountered Australian Birds of all shapes and sizes, from massive Wedge tailed Eagles, to tiny fairy wrens, their Osprey photos are stunning examples of Bird photography at its best

Greg and Leon have only been seriously involved in Nature photography for the last couple of years. "Two years ago, I sort of threw away my suits and ties," says Greg. "I worked in the corporate world and thought I'd get out there and get in touch with nature instead."

Some of the best experiences were standing in the middle of Australia, amongst a group of Wedge tailed Eagle, or spending a great deal of time on Fraser Island with the Osprey and White bellied Sea Eagles.

 

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