Spent a couple of hours yesterday morning trying to get close up shots of raptors that frequent an area of the Logan River at Eagleby. Not much luck there, but at least a few other species co-operated. The White-breasted woodswallow (juvenile) is a first for me. I like the image of the Superb Fairy wren with the contrast of a soft, vulnerable, tiny bird sitting on barbed wire. The area where these were taken is all cattle properties, hence the fencing.