Fairy Wren Style

People used to think that superb fairy wren groups were composed of a single male with many females. It turns out that the bright blue plumage is only found on mature breeding males, whereas mature non-breeding males have a more similar appearance to the females. This means a group of fairy wrens can be a mix of male and female numbers.

Here in my latest print design (from left to right) is a casual looking mature non-breeding male, a formal looking mature breeding male, and a female, characterised by the bright orange ring of feathers around her eyes, ready for any occasion.

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