Here is one effort from January 2014 in FNT [far Northern Territory] at a drying ephemeral creek puddle where son Heath and I had a flurry of life ticks including the Black-headed Pardalote.
Pardalotus striatus uropygialis
So .... at Eagle Point, on the BLEG weekly outing, I was able to observe, at relatively close quarters Striated Pardalotes feeding their nestlings in a tree hollow only six/seven metres up a tree AND, at the Bluff, see the comings and goings of Striateds from their nest holes at the top of the Bluff overlooking the Mitchell River to the bushes about two metres from where all the boys with their long lenses were standing. A 100mm macro would have done just as well! Enjoy. I certainly did. An auspicious day for this bird watcher.
|"I need a bit of help here"|
|"Come on. You can see my beak is stuffed"|
|Incoming ... Undercarriage lowering.|
[How often do you see a bird stumble?]
Pardalotus striatus ornatus
Magic. f8 and be there.