Archive for the ‘Garden Guests Diary’ Category
Quite often I see birds sitting in my back yard with their heads tilted to one side with their feathers fanned out and their beaks slightly open. They appear to be dazed and gazing into space. What on earth are they doing? I had to do some research after spotting a pair of magpie larks
This is a very sad post which breaks my heart and I did not realise until after taking photographs of a group of sulphur-crested cockatoos that they were very sick. A group of these splendid birds visited us recently but it was only while looking at them through my camera lense that I realised something
I have not been out and about with my camera in the garden for ages due to spending more time on my artwork but to make up for it a few bugs have taken it upon themselves to visit me instead!Pin ItPin It
The weather is finally turning slightly cooler and it was a gorgeous sunny Queensland day. It’s been a long time since I have been out on a back yard safari. All of the critters I discovered today were determined not to be in the limelight.Pin It
Christmas in Queensland, Australia has been dismally wet with constant rain for about three days now. I do not remember experiencing such rain at Christmastime ever before.Pin It
We were greeted by eight sulphur-crested cockatoos who came down to our garden on Christmas morning. This was quite a sight as they are such large birds and it was as if they visited us to wish us a “Merry Christmas”!
We are seeing lots of juvenile birds in our garden at the moment which we knew would happen as all of the adult birds have been coming down more frequently and have been very territorial and aggressive with a lot of bomb diving and snapping at other rival birds.Pin It