06 April 2013

Galahs and Long-billed Corella

...this pine tree was the chosen spot for the galahs to soak up some early morning sunshine



sentinel duty

and a single Long-billed Corella; the odd one out!

 wondering how'd I get here; am I in the wrong place?

Location, Gloucester, N.S.W.


Digi-Irma said...

What a great pictures Carole.
This bird is not in Netherlands.
The last picture is so sweet.
Greetings Irma

Anonymous said...

These are such gorgeous birds! Loved the photos. xox

Jeanne said...

These are beautiful shots Carole! I am so jealous of all of the amazing birds that you have right at your fingertips! So lucky I am to be able to look at your photos though! Best to you from Texas!

Filip and Kristel said...

Nice to see such beautiful birds in the wild. We don't have that here in The Netherlands. Not the tropical ones.


Isidro Ortiz said...

Bonitas capturas Carole.Saludos

TexWisGirl said...

such pretty things! glad they let the loner hang with them. :)

Brian King said...

Both are beautiful birds! Nice colors!

Jan Castle said...

Beautiful birds Carole...great pics! Probably have these in zoos here in the USA, but not in the wild that I know of. We do have the long needle pines though!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

These are such pretty birds, Carole. Even the odd one out. We don't have anything like that here is the US

Montanagirl said...

Love those pink birdies! The last photo is quite cute.

Sharyl said...

No pink birds in KS either...except plastic flamingos people stick in their yards! You have all the interesting colors!

By the way, I mentioned your blog on my blog today. And I posted a bird shot. Not to compare with yours, mind you. I've only taken a few! The birds don't exactly sit still for you, do they?!

All the best, Carole!

Lisa Gordon said...

i used to have a pet Rose-Breasted Cockatoo!
She was an absolute angel, and lived to be almost 30 years old. These are wonderful photographs, Carole.

Geke said...

Wish I had them in my backyard. Lovely pics Carole!

Helma said...

What this seemed great to see Carole yourself.
Beautiful birds with their pink breast and then even so much together. Just fantastic.
Thanks for the link :-)