The Eastern Rosella always gets first go at the birdbath, then the noisy miners come and have fun. Summer 2015
The latest Tawny Frogmouth to grace our home, circa 2014
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Currently the resident Butcherbird family has increased to four and the parents are kept very busy caring for their two young chicks. The adults have been showing them places where there is shade and food (our front door step area) and water holes (buckets we have put out during this heatwave.) When we are homeContinue reading “Grey Butcherbirds’ behaviour in the Heatwave”
A gregarious bird that lets us know when something is not right in the neighbourhood. I love them! This one is a young bird, still chipping, but finding its own food now amongst the Crimson botllebrush.
These wild native Crested Pigeons allow me to get very close in order to photograph them, they seem very unconcerned with my presence.
means I am getting up close and personal with a large native bird!