no really, its called a "silver-eye" 🙂
and they love these wild tobacco plants with the fruit on them, however I did wonder whether they were going for the fruit or the insects that lived around them.

In any case, I was lucky to get this little guy, they move so very fast and are very wary of a unco bloke clumping around the bush 😉

I have much respect for birder's – the sheer time and patience you need to get a good shot is often mind boggling, then to try and get one with the light in the right angle, clear of branches..blah blah…hard work man!

Single frame
Exif/setup data:
D7000 coupled with 300mm Nikkor f4 @300mm and a Nikkor 1.4X teleconverter which equals 630mm (1.5*1.4*300) on a crop sensor camera.
Aperture: f/6.7 and Shutter Speed: 1/750s
ISO 1100

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