Steven Pearce captures as much as 10,000 birds swooping for a drink at an outback water gap in uncommon show he describes as a marvel of agility
A wildlife photographer has captured gorgeous photos of budgerigars in a murmuration of as much as 10,000 birds close to a water gap outdoors Alice Springs.
Steven Pearce mentioned the show was uncommon, distinctive and comparatively short-lived – lasting for under about 10 minutes. Pearce was capable of shoot dozens of images displaying the birds’ agility and dazzling splashes of color in the midst of the desert.
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