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Another b/w one
... well it is mostly white of course.

We were making our way back down the Austinville valley and came to a pond which I'm told is called.... wait for it..... (cover your ears if you're sensitive);)

Pisspot!!!

I may upload a picture of it at some point.

Anyway... there was an Australian Ibis having a good old preen on the shore under some trees.
Habitat
Rainforest lake
Location
Pisspot Pond, Austinville, Gold Coast, Queensland
Date taken
17 October 2019
Scientific name
Threskiornis molucca
Equipment used
Nikon Coolpix P900 Birdwatching mode
superb photo, Delia!!! we have the same word in Flemish, with only one s, but I guess it means the same thing lol.. Top quality work with great lighting, many tfs!!!
 
I'll keep it clean, D., and say only that this is
a wonderful shot of this Australian White Ipis.
 
A wonderful colourful capture you have of this preening beauty Delia. A brilliant shot, well done.
 
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What a crazy name for a pond!

Meanwhile this is a lovely closeup of this Ibis. There seems to be so many B & W birds down under.
 
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Like the shot and ... well ... location .. er name as well, LOL ... tfs, Delia ...
 
He is a beautiful bird, Delia. I like his colors. Tell ya what when we use to come home on the School Bus from Munich, Germany to Bad Tolz, Germany when I was in High School it was convenient there to stop on the side of the road. Back then it was in the seventies and when I was stationed there in the eighties in North Deutschland no one made a problem of it either. Now, who knows now.
 

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