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Friday, March 23, 2018

Pear Enough!

By Janice ·  · From Pic of the Week
The Kingparrots arrived early this year. They usually show up a bit closer to Autumn when the acorns are tasty. Must be too hot up in the pines or just need some refreshing fruit! They spend the afternoon making noisy cooling calls then pounce on the pears in the late afternoon. I don't mind, I hate pears and they are beautiful!                               Published 06 Jul 2017.  Walwa VIC 3709

Throwback to our favourite hike in all of Australia!

By 80kphkombilife ·  · From Pic of the Week
Throwback to our favourite hike in all of Australia! May or may not have done the Canyon Rim Walk 4 times in 24 hours.         Published 06 Jul 2017.  Petermann NT 0872

A pair of olive backed sunbirds

By Gillian Saunders ·  · From Pic of the Week
Taking advantage of any flowering plants, they found the marigolds and visit everyday     Published 06 Jul 2017.  Bondoola QLD 4703

Splendid blue wren

                                               By chrisk058 ·  · From Pic of the                                                               Published 10 Jul 2017.  Joondalup WA 6027

Lyrebird rotary hoeing

By Susie Sarah ·  · From Pic of the Week
At Wonboyn Lake we seem to have loads of lyrebirds about. They have been causing some damage to local gardens and seem to wait until the owners head off for a few days. I have been trying to capture a photo of a male with his glorious long tail for some time and they know I'm out there and race off like road runners.
Mary is away at present visiting family during the school holidays so Mr Fancy tail and his girlfriend moved in to do a little gardening Lyrebird style. With their long-toed feet they have scratched up the lawn and removed some plants. With no one to chase them away they are having a ball.   When in landscaping mode they often hardly notice you are there!                Published 10 Jul 2017.  Wonboyn NSW 2551

Winter HR burns in the late afternoon sunlight.
By mjdphotosdotcom ·  · From Pic of the Week
Winter HR burns in the late afternoon sunlight.         Published 10 Jul 2017. Jindabyne NSW 2627