Hmm, good place to check out the Bistro for lunch . . .
Yep, lookin' good, just on the other side of the fence - - -
quick flight up again . .
I'm an Adelaide Rosella and don't I look great in my new
. . . the smorgasbord is just . . down . . there . .
down we go!
Right, just a slide down this board she's propped up for me
and finally . . . LUNCH!
Linking to World Bird Wednesday
and Nature Notes
A lovely series of shots Arija!ReplyDelete
He is quite a beautiful bird in his mating plumage - really colorful.
I love that first shot - very nice composition.
Arija, your Rosella is beautiful. You are so lucky to see these pretties. Thanks for sharing, great shots!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous, brilliantly colorful bird, Arija!! Your captures are fantastic -- as always! Hope your week is going well!! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Great serie of photos, - lovely bird!ReplyDelete
Great pictures - that species of Rosella does not get across to me - shame really!ReplyDelete
Stewart M - Melbourne
Exquisite beauty, gorgeous images, Arija!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colours!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
so pretty! quite the beauty!ReplyDelete
Oh,he is gorgeous. Such vibrant colour.WOW!!!ReplyDelete
A very colorful subject, Arija, and the commentary was interesting as well.ReplyDelete
A great series of photos. Rosellas are beautiful.ReplyDelete
I see both your birds and your blooms (in previous posts) are dressed for spring. We had snow yesterday in the mountains of CO.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous bird! You did a fantastic job on this series of photos! Living in the north I am constantly amazed at the exotic and colorful birds that you have in the wild.ReplyDelete
Holy moly!! I've never seen this bird before. What a looker! Nice red and blue combo. Thank you for introducing me to a new bird.ReplyDelete
Oh. If asked I would have said that this was a young crimson rosella nearing adulthoond, as they have the green plumage until the red and blue colouring comes in. Thank you. I didn't even know that there was an Adelaide rosella. We get the crimsons in plenty - and love them. Thank you.ReplyDelete
PS: I just thought about my last comment and realised that I might have come across badly. I was grateful to find out about a bird that I knew nothing about. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Oh how I would love that landing in my garden Arija.ReplyDelete
Loved the sequence of shots! The mating colours are stunning!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful colors ;-)
Céline & Philippe
That is absolutely the most beautiful bird -- how I'd love to have him in my yard. And what a great story you told.ReplyDelete
Arija, you are such a good hostess!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful bird..I was surprised to see you in Nature Notes but happy. I hope you are feeling better and that you husband is doing as well as can be expected. This week's NN was not one of my best. I am so tired from my Mother's cancer diagnosis and the difficulty of getting her pain relieved, help for her at home and to learn of her very short time left..It is very sad....hugs..MichelleReplyDelete
What a beauty! And I had to chuckle at your narrative.ReplyDelete
He is very handsome, indeed. Great series, Arija.ReplyDelete
Very pretty bird, so colorful! :)ReplyDelete
She's just lovely!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful little friend to have visit Arija! I adore watching the birds that come into my yard, there is something so peaceful about having winged friends around. It brings such life to the earth!ReplyDelete
There's no question that I am more comfortable back in this temperature!ReplyDelete
It not been hot in any way here - but it was a real spring day today!
What a great series of this beautiful bird!ReplyDelete
So wonderful to have birds like this to fill our eyes with beauty.ReplyDelete
How did I miss this one? What a gorgeous little bird.ReplyDelete
Got a new computer Arija, and am just getting all my email addresses in it. Letter coming soon.