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.... but aren't they pretty!!

After having had our cuppie at Hinterland, we then set off for a drive around the northern suburbs of Gold Coast, mostly around the Bonogin.

At one point we tried a walk into a forest, but it was extremely hot that day and after a short distance realised we weren't even [I]hearing[/}] any birds, so gave up on that idea.

So I now got a bit lost as to where we were but at one point we stopped again somewhere in this quiet suburb and I found this Galah foraging around some trees.
Wooded suburban area
Bonogin, Gold Coast, Queensland,
Date taken
17 October 2019
Scientific name
Eolophus roseicapilla
Equipment used
Nikon Coolpix P900 Birdwatching mode
excellent photo of this beautiful bird, nicely showing its crest, Delia, top class, many tfs!!
If I were a Nikon P900, D.,
and I had taken a photograph of a bird as pretty as this,
I would be a very happy Nikon P900 indeed.
The pink and greys of the Galah go so well together.
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A beauty of a detailed close up and setting Delia, many tfs and a fine set today.
I wouldn't mind being surrounded by these beauties and this is one smokin' image of this Gahah D!
A brilliant colourfully lit ground capture Delia. A wonderful detailed close up, well done.

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