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 Post subject: Re: Australian Birds
Unread postPosted: January 23rd, 2020, 8:00 am 
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caskur wrote:
I can't wait to get well enough to photograph some birds....

The weather has really bombed out for us Perthites this year. Maybe we are in for some soon.

I can't wait until you are well enough to photograph some birds too caskur..

This is one of my favourite threads.


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Fashionista wrote:
caskur wrote:
I can't wait to get well enough to photograph some birds....

The weather has really bombed out for us Perthites this year. Maybe we are in for some soon.

I can't wait until you are well enough to photograph some birds too caskur..

This is one of my favourite threads.


Yes.... we need more poultry food porn...

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Unread postPosted: January 23rd, 2020, 3:42 pm 
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Australian birds are so colourful


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About 1/2 a dozen very hungry endangered Red Tailed Black Cockatoos in my Cape Lilac tree right this minute.


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caskur wrote:
About 1/2 a dozen very hungry endangered Red Tailed Black Cockatoos in my Cape Lilac tree right this minute.

:smiley_thumbs_up_yellow_ani:


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This a a beautiful picture of a pair of Red Tail Black Cockatoos.



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Unread postPosted: January 25th, 2020, 7:23 am 
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caskur wrote:
This a a beautiful picture of a pair of Red Tail Black Cockatoos.


The one on left is colourful.


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Unread postPosted: January 25th, 2020, 8:34 am 
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Fashionista wrote:
caskur wrote:
This a a beautiful picture of a pair of Red Tail Black Cockatoos.


The one on left is colourful.


That's the female...

when a male takes flight, his red tail is his main feature.


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caskur wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
caskur wrote:
This a a beautiful picture of a pair of Red Tail Black Cockatoos.


The one on left is colourful.


That's the female...

when a male takes flight, his red tail is his main feature.

Wow.


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Unread postPosted: January 26th, 2020, 1:57 am 
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Here are some more pictures Velvet.

From my backyard just now. I should show you a picture of the top of my shed....lol



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They're pruning the cape lilac tree....lol


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No Bird flu in out WA birds...

A bronzeless Bronze-wing. They're so sweet and gentle these birds.



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caskur wrote:
https://www.facebook.com/1664713407110872/photos/a.1665734883675391/2514171292165075/?type=3&av=1664713407110872&eav=AfaI4z04P-ZdD8--ibUDD7V-LD07AwlP0loouWTvrXGKZmx26Jj3ZT2d4mPx3tzzcGn7ax-sOiEAzg89ewK1a7g8&theater




I couldn't imagine having such amazing birds in my back yard.....you're so lucky to live in Australia.


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Unread postPosted: January 28th, 2020, 6:58 pm 
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caskur wrote:
No Bird flu in out WA birds...

A bronzeless Bronze-wing. They're so sweet and gentle these birds.


Are they a type of dove?


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Fashionista wrote:
caskur wrote:
No Bird flu in out WA birds...

A bronzeless Bronze-wing. They're so sweet and gentle these birds.


Are they a type of dove?


Yes, a native pidgeon.

Here is the bronze colour.




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It's very pretty.


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It's very pretty.


It's really impressive when you watch them walk and the iridescence changes from one colour to the next. It's a walking opal.


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caskur wrote:
Fashionista wrote:
It's very pretty.


It's really impressive when you watch them walk and the iridescence changes from one colour to the next. It's a walking opal.

They're more colourful than our doves.


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Unread postPosted: January 29th, 2020, 1:09 am 
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caskur wrote:
No Bird flu in out WA birds...

A bronzeless Bronze-wing. They're so sweet and gentle these birds.



Depends on the marinade...

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