Still in the same area as the cemetery below,
but a different Currawong than near George's River further
south or those on the North Shore or even in my son's garden.
These are slightly smaller and have much more white on them.
The normal Currawong is a black or grey bird with a white
rim to the tail. The call is also distinctly different.
I have experience four different Currawong languages
in different parts of the city.
I spotted this dove in the cemetery, see previous post,
it seemed rather fitting and so much nicer than one of stone.
I also saw a kite obviously going to it's nest in the rocks
above the crashing sea,
it was much too fast for me to get it in my sights.