I never tire of seeing White-Headed Stilts (Himantopus leucocephalus) - and I know I have shared pictures of them before.
The combination of the simple, elegant plumage, the crazy long longs and bill just seem to fascinate me. They are not normally hard to find in some of my regular birding spots, but when I find them, I always feel like I have seen something worthwhile!
This bird ('these birds' if you count the one in the background) was feeding in a temporary pool in the Point Cook Wetlands. It did not stay for long - but looked great while it was there.
As ever, to join in with WBW you can click on the blue button below. Hope all is well with everyone. Cheers. SM