It’s A Beautiful World

It’s been a while since i posted some photos of my avian visitors to my garden, or any birds at all for that matter: the last being of some of the Australasian wood ducks and their chicks. 🙂

The bird bath is proving more popular than ever with a regular parade (sometimes even a queue!) of various breeds some of whom are more happy to share than others.

(Click on image to open in a new window and click again to expand) 🙂lovewillbringustogether - Australian Magpie10Not sure of the reason but while this Australian magpie contemplated his afternoon bathe he chose to hold his wings only semi-folded. Normally his long flight feathers would be neatly folded over his tail? He would be around 40 cm (16 in) in length.

 

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A willie wagtail  and a kookaburra are waiting till the bath is ‘free’ The guy in the hood and beard hands out the towels. 🙂

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lovewillbringustogether - Red Wattlebird1This mature red wattlebird made certain i got his ‘best side’ before he took the dive. 🙂

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lovewillbringustogether - Honeyeaters1He was not quick enough however in performing his ablutions and allowed a family of new holland honey-eaters to take over. I really should install a ticketing device. 🙂

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