A Rainbow Lorikeet, Trichoglossus haematodus helping himself
to my Eucalyptus ficifolia flowers.
Stewart M or someone else may be able to help me there.
I have gone through my bird books backwards and forwards
without success. The eye mask should give it away yet I cannot
find it anywhere.
where I thought it was feasting on berries but soon realised it
was picking off tiny insects.
Even stooping to share with it's fully grown infant. It was
approx. 12-14cm, roughly the range for scrub wrens yet there
were no white markings near the eyes.
Sulphur -Crested Cockatoo, Cacatua galerita, 44-51cm. In
captivity, given half a chance, he can be quite an entertainer
as he likes to show off his skills for the applause.
Much better enlarged!
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