Funny how sometimes you don't see what's right in front of you until you really look. I had been amusing myself watching a couple of blue-faced honey eaters flying in and out of a neighbour's cabbage palm and realised they must have a nest because they were playing tag. One flew in and the other flew out in search of more food.
Regular readers might remember my excitement when 2 brown honey eaters hatched their babies right outside my front door. They didn't return this year, no doubt terrified by my constant presence. These fledglings are a lot further away and quite high up so I haven't got quite the same vantage point or access.
It wasn't until after I'd downloaded the first 2 shots that I realised I could see those babies crying for food. When I rushed back out to get a better shot, the light had faded but they are definitely there, although not visible to my naked eye. Thank goodness for zoom lenses! Hopefully, in better light I'll get a couple of nice shots tomorrow. Prepare to be bored to death by baby bird.