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Here’s another photograph taken in the local bushland park. As you can see, it boasts delightful, typically Australian native flora.
Small wonder that it’s a haven for so many birds and insects…
Not to mention, visitors of the human variety. :)
What a Life
Sunshine, friends, and a glorious vantage point. What more could this engaging chap ask for?
The life of a wild, sulphur-crested cockatoo has its advantages.
Just as well, for these birds are very long-lived.
And, with their comical looks and raucous cries, they certainly make their presence felt. :)
Lately I’ve spotted these pretty flowers in the bush. They are called Hardenbergia violacea by experts, or Purple Twining Pea. They are scramblers, equally at home on the ground or being supported by shrubs.
Yet another pretty Australian wildflower…
A Regal Duck (Real Name: Australian Wood Duck)
A Regal Duck.
Okay, that isn’t it real name. But to my mind, it’s bearing warrants such a title.
I can’t resist taking multiple photographs of ducks, whenever they fly into the local swimming baths.
I hope you like this one of a female Australian Wood Duck as it struts on the river’s promenade.
Lately I’ve seen different types of parrots apparently competing for prized nesting sites.
But this Rainbow Lorikeet seems to be doing well. I’ve noticed this and its mate pair hanging around the hollowed branch, and no-one seems to care…
I love to walk in the Australian bushland. And so I count my blessings that, despite living in suburbia, I live so near to a beautiful, unspoilt area that boasts many different varieties of Wattle and Eucalyptus, to name just two.
I hope that you like this snapshot taken there.
A flock of cockatoos
Lately I’ve seen groups of cockatoos together on the shore of the river baths. They seem to be thoroughly enjoying themselves– flying, swooping,landing in the branches of gums and other tall trees, and exploring the ground.
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words…