Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by David H, Dec 2, 2017.
We have up to 16 of them waiting their turn
Our aviary full of Cockatiels attracts some of the locals...
And another one...
A few of these fellas digging for lunch in huskisson
Lunch on the Myall. Australian Pelicans (Pelecanus conspicillatus) hang around the rear of the restaurant.
Galahs settling in for the night beside my balcony in Kalbarri
Long Bills having a rest in the back yard.
We went for a boat trip up the Murchison River and Sharon took this pic of a white bellied sea eagle with his fish dinner
Another in the back yard. Red wattle bird Anthochaera carunculata, a well known honey eater here and about.
Another local visitor to our Casuarina grove!
A few strays turned up for a feed the other day
Go and perch on someone else's aviary!!!
Spotted a White Bellied Sea Eagle cruising high above the Pittwater shallows while walking Billie .
A little unusual to see ,as we generally have Whistling Kites in this area….
No pic. as I only had my phone and it would not have done this beautiful raptor justice……
There are a couple of White Bellies out Homebush Bay way near the Armory
You can even perve on them
Ohhh…… if you click on the link NOW the sea eagles have hatched!!
Happy Birthday Sea Eagles
Narky little buggers. Just cleared away the Galahs and King Parrots. These have to be the most aggressive parrots I have ever come across! Had a couple of rescues in the aviary once. Never again!!!
If you get a mix without sunflower seeds they will probably stop coming around. Rainbow lorikeets are really nectar eaters but will have a go at sunflowers
Very true but fortunately this wasn't at my place. However I've managed to attract many of them after planting lots of flowering gums of various sorts.
I reckon they are actually raptors disguised as lorikeets.
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