"Jabiru at Sunset."
At the moment there's very little left of anything in the swamps on the Townsville Common Conservation Park. So pickings are slim for the bird life crowded into a remaining watery patch last evening.
November is our driest month. With December comes the promise of more rain.
This dark-eyed male Jabiru (females' eyes are distinctively yellow) toughs it out with Plovers, Ibis and Egrets.
Also known as a Black-necked Stork, it is Australia's only example of the stork family.
(Nikon D850, Tamron 150-600mm lens at 600mm, edited in Aurora HDR, Luminar 4 and Photoshop CC 2020.)