Garden Visitors

Beez Neez
Skipper and First Mate Millard (Big Bear and Pepe)
Tue 18 Nov 2014 23:57
Garden Visitors Mostly of the Feathered Kind
 
 
 
 
 
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A young female king parrot on the feeder and later in the back garden for a cooling drink.
 
 
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High in the sky we saw a whistling kite and a thirsty king parrot male
 
 
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Noisy mynah
 
 
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Eastern rosella
 
 
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Just to show an ordinary pair of pyjamas will do – an apostle.
 
 
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Ordinary pyjamas are fine on this welcome kitchen visitor. He eats flies and bugs.
 
 
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Looking this good makes you very tired.
 
 
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Resting on the telegraph wires were a pair of crested pigeons.
 
 
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A huntsman spider was encouraged by Sue and a stick to show his inner mouth parts – orange. His next door neighbour only came out at night.
 
 
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A youngster and a game of peep-o. 
 
 
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Settled and time for an afternoon Zzzz’s in the shade, meanwhile for some it’s lunch time.
 
 
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Galah, so far the best choice for a pet.
 
 
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Mustn't forget the watch keeper who regulates feathered visitors.
 
 
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Kids in the morning........
 
 
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.........and evening give balance before sunset.
 
 
 
 
 
ALL IN ALL A LOVELY CHANGE AND VARIETY
                     SPECTACULAR CONSIDERING THE ARID LAND