But I can do the same pose.
Yesterday, I posted a pic, introducing a new visitor to my front yard. Here he is again, with some cold, lazy friends
Wake up and stand up properly, guys.
Here’s the formal photo of the rest of his family/friends.
Have you heard the expression ducks in a row? Well, here are pelicans on a log, in a row.
I have had a break from taking photos. I’d forgotten what a thrill it is to capture the moment in the lens. I’ve been very busy and there just did hasn’t been the usual number of birds around for a while. I’ve speculated about why this is the case. Perhaps the unusually wet weather around Australia has tempted them to go exploring and visit other areas, while food is plentiful. I’m hoping that other theories of disease and general bird numbers declining are incorrect.
I love these birds. I can watch them for hours, while they, in turn, watch me!! I think that this is a youngster. He was posing out the front of my house, showing off to announce his arrival. He knew I was there. I’m so glad he and his friends are back.
In the morning on the way to the bus stop, there were lots of wild ducks right here. In the afternoon there was no sign of them. These three had moved in.
The pink birds have gone and the white ones have moved into the tree.
Beautiful birds but they really damage the trees.
First day of summer today.
There are so many raptors around at the minute. I guess they know it’s time to cut the hay. They circle round looking for a meal.
The green colored bee-eater has some friends that appear to be more blue colored. They are very striking.