Red arrow shows location of the first snapshot.
According to Australian Birds website, the Dollar bird resides in New Guinea over the Australian winter, which means approximately 2600 klms. of flight to reach here.
Every now and then the bird on the left would take off, no doubt picking up insects, and on return it appeared perhaps to be feeding the other bird. Not sure if it was 'the other half' or a juvenile.
Dollar bird name is derived from the single white spot (on the underside) of each wing, resembling a silver-dollar coin.
This' the bird on the go, flying about the tree while the other stayed put; and now I had a better angle for this snapshot.
I wonder if it had an injured wing ... or maybe just 'sunning'?
and here ... would this just be a propping up, bracing against the winds technique, or ....?