That's very interesting and lovely to see thanks. Never experienced that.When I fist started watching a rainbow lorikeet poking around in this tree hollow, I figured it was shopping for an apartment.
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Then a while later a New Holland Honeyeater hopped in there, and I thought there was some competition in the property market.
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But then a Crimson rosella came along, and I couldn't believe what was happening. Then I realised: it wasn't real estate, it was the local hole-in-the-wall bar!
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Followed by a Wattlebird. Fun times!
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Unedited JPEGs, because lazy.
I've been tempted to abandon trying to photograph them and just watch with binoculars, but here I am, still plugging away!That's very interesting and lovely to see thanks. Never experienced that.
Always nice to see birds in their habitats.
PS, I like that hat Melanie.
Did you add to it or it came as such?
Yes New Norfolk and that part of lower midlands has some interesting and fascinating older settlement history.I've been tempted to abandon trying to photograph them and just watch with binoculars, but here I am, still plugging away!
Thanks for the compliment - it's an Akubra traveller (packable/ crushable), to which I added a scarf and pheasant feather I bought in New Norfolk last year. I loved that quirky Tasmanian town! I was looking at my photos from that trip earlier today, wondering if I'll ever brave the ferry again...