Tuesday, 26 July 2022

Wild Bird Wednesday 522 - Birds at The Prom

Last weekend I visited Wilsons Promontory National Park for a weekend of walking and general decompression.  It was good.

As I was having a cup of tea I was visited by Crimson Rosellas and Magpies.  Of course I had to take some pictures.  Just up the path a Masked Lapwing was being as stressed as they normally are.

These are their pictures.

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  1. You're birds there Down Under are so different than ours. Sounds like from your use of the word decompression that you are under some stress these days. Hope it gets better for you.

  2. You're a birds are remarkable and such a pleasure to see Stewart. Thank you

  3. loved seeing both the Crimson Rosellas and Magpies Stewart. Thanks foe hosting and I hope you have a good week ahead

  4. A real feast for the eyes in this post! Love these gorgeous creatures!

  5. The Crimson Rosellas truly lives up to its name. The black and white birds are contrastingly handsome.

  6. The Crimson Rosella is startlingly bright! And the magpies have character.