a breezy morning, and Kookaburra was on duty
perched on the weather-vane atop the arbour in back garden
Amazing how they will spot the movement of a worm or grub moving under the surface of the soil. I'm hoping it visits regularly as the weather warms up and this Whip Snake I've spotted a couple times over, is likely to awake from hiding spot! Another pair of eyes watching out; ideally those of a kookaburra, would be rather handy from my point.
another was sitting in the cold shade in the bush corridor outside the fence, with feathers fluffed and keeping its feet warm.
I'm not sure why the change of head position, it seemed relaxed this way for some time, maybe it had a stiff neck? Doing a little pilates?
Eastern Rosella pair are about again as spring approaches; not so easy to nab a photo of them, they're very wary
then the Red Wattlebird appeared