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The series of colour changes observed in the bird over a 20 minute period

While observing the bird, a number of photographs were taken, more from the point of view of experimenting with the camera then recording a sequence. However once a few photographs had been taken, I noticed that the facial colour was changing, and these photographs represent the change in coloru, particularly once the bird had finished eating, preening and then appeared to be "day-dreaming", with eyes closed slightly.

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