Red-backed fairywrens in Australia, new study


This 13 August 2014 video is called Studying Red-backed Fairywrens in Australia.

More about this study is here.

See also Seven Ways of Looking at a Fairywren: Student Research in Australia.

6 thoughts on “Red-backed fairywrens in Australia, new study

  1. I simply had to ‘like’ something called a fairywren, and then looked at the video, and they surely live up to their name. As to my harvestmen invasion, I put on my reading glasses and see I have totally misidentified same; they have the daddy longlegs legs all right, but they definitely have heads and bodies – pale grey.

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