All winter this Grevillea has been flowering and feeding the
resident New Holland Honeyeater as well as a few others.
Now, also this large Banksia is full of delicious nectar and well
A quick feed and
back to sentry duty warding off the much larger Wattle Birds.
There's one . . . come on boys, attack!
with thanks to Stewart for hosting the meme.
That´s such a beautiful bird. Greetings.ReplyDelete
What a pretty bird! It's so interesting to me as a birdwatcher to see those from other countries, as I likely won't ever get to see them myself. Hope things are better these days.ReplyDelete
Hi Arija..Wow he is stunning, really like that first one!!ReplyDelete
Lovely plant to,,you caught some real nice photos of the Honeyeater feeding on them!!!
Feisty fellow to huh!! : }
Hope your feeling as well as can be expected!!
What an exquisite bird Arija - brilliant photographs.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful, colorful bird, Arija! I love your captures as always! Hope your week is going well!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!!! I especially like the very last one this week...it's breathtaking.ReplyDelete
He's a beauty!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures. You captured the beauty of this bird so well.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, what a gorgeous bird!! Fantastic shots. Visiting from WBW.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, beautiful, both the bird, the pictures and the flowers on the trees! It's so exotic for me up here in the cold north in Sweden!ReplyDelete
spectacular bird! thanks, arija!ReplyDelete
What a superb bird!ReplyDelete
I don't think my comments are getting though..but I do love this post..glad you were able to get some photos..hope things are settling down..hugs..MichelleReplyDelete
Wonderful photos! It must be very enjoyable to watch the action around your lovely flowers.ReplyDelete
You are awesome!!! Wow wow wow!!!! I have never seen this bird before....I just learned something new....again:) Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
wow Arija you picked up some great pics of the New Holland Honeyeater; love those birds tooReplyDelete
Wow, I love the honeyeaters. What a colorful and beautiful bird. Thanks for sharing, wonderful photos.ReplyDelete
Oh Such BEAUTY!ReplyDelete
What wonderful captures of a most beautiful bird!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a gorgeous bird! Just beautiful!ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos of the honeyeater.ReplyDelete
Brilliant photography. I don't think I have seen that honeyeater and it was a real treat. Our wattle birds are real bully birds and will take on just about anything. They swoop the cats, the cockies and the corellas for an alliterative start.ReplyDelete
That is an amazing bird, and such beautiful shots of it too.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous bird species Arija, and so interesting. Love the brilliant feather colouration and oh my, it certainly does appear to be in protective territorial mode;')ReplyDelete
What a stunning bird to see Arija it's a beauty.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing your fantastic images.
Hugs Drew xx
Hi there - great set of a pictures of a bird the continues to elude my camera!ReplyDelete
I think if I had relatives in Waratah Bay they would have to beat me back with sticks!
Cheers and thanks for the WBW link.
This is one gorgeous bird Arija. Love his colors.ReplyDelete
I'm hoping you are feeling better, and things are going more smoothly.
Write when you can.
Thinking about you often..
I love your photos Arija - you've captured the honeyeater beautifully. Don't wattle birds make the strangest clacking noise- I was unfamiliar with them until I lived in the Riverland. I am thinking of you.ReplyDelete
wow! amazing pictures of a beautiful bird!ReplyDelete
I swear that honeyeater is too beautiful to be real! Beautiful pictures.ReplyDelete
wow, that´s a cool colored bird. Love the look of it. Totally a bird I´d love to see.ReplyDelete
Wonderful shots. That bird is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Wow! What a beautiful bird! Great pictures.ReplyDelete
A fairy-tale bird, really marvelous!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous and fascinating bird Arija!ReplyDelete
Yes, it's a gorgeous bird and your captures are all wonderful!ReplyDelete