https://sharongreenaway.com/?s=Tawny For those people who liked my recent post about our Tawny friends, here is a link to my posts over the last few years as I record their time here while I am here.
Tag Archives: fauna
My newest poem for children has been published in the March 2014 of Countdown School Magazine. Love the accompanying illustrations of busy bees!
I have at long last designed and had printed art cards of my recent works. These cards will be sold at my next exhibition which will be at Bendigo Pottery, Epsom Highway, Epsom, Bendigo. I will post further information about the show closer to the time.
Eastern Rosellas’ Bath Time
Watching the antics of these birds always puts a smile on my face. Hope you feel the same.
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.
Tawny Frogmouth Family 2013 Junortoun Victoria
These lovely birds are quite tolerant of me and my camera, although I do not annoy them much. Fine art prints are available from me for purchase for all nature lovers
Wild Crested Pigeon and young
These wild native Crested Pigeons allow me to get very close in order to photograph them, they seem very unconcerned with my presence.
because of the ANZACS…
The cockatoos and corellas and galahs that visit our home at this time are lovely, but can be seen also as being somewhat destructive.