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eastern rosella

  1. eastern rosella

    eastern rosella

  2. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    My first New Year's resolution for 2019: I will catch up on my BF browsing later today.
  3. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

  4. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    These birds are mum and a baby. Even though, it seams the 'baby' is fully capable of flying and walking for some reason it relies on it's parent to bring him seeds... I leave this bit up to them, and I just enjoy their colours :o)
  5. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    It always amazes me how colours in birds sequenced in rainbow order. Obviously, it was an absolute evolutinal necessity, otherwise they would not have survived. An evidence of that is that there are no eastern rosellas with the reverse colours order! What do you think?
  6. exotics

    exotics

    Both Monterey Pine and Eastern Rosella arrived to the region by 'anthropogenic' means
  7. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

  8. Madam Butterfly

    Madam Butterfly

    more on my blog http://bradsburras.blogspot.com/2015/01/and-then-theres-cedrick.html
  9. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

  10. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    Another angle on our welcome home visitor
  11. Eastern Rosella @ home

    Eastern Rosella @ home

    2014 has been a bit of a hectic year, with 2 jobs on the go, but all being well, that will change from next month when I retire from one of them and I can find more time to get back into my BF life. We were out looking for shorebirds that are now arriving from their breeding season up north...
  12. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    Three posts today of some of our most colourful birds.
  13. Eastern rosella

    Eastern rosella

  14. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    One of our most beautiful parrots, most commonly seen in residential areas.
  15. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    One of the regular visitors to our garden and more often seen in urban locations than in the bush.
  16. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    I love these birds but they always seem to skittish.
  17. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    Another visitor to the backyard this morning.
  18. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    These little beauties are returning to the garden now that Summer is approaching.
  19. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

  20. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    Summer is aproaching and a variety of parrots are returning to our garden.
  21. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

  22. Another surprise.

    Another surprise.

    I have over the years gone many many times to the Royal BotGdns in Melb but have never seen the Eastern Rosella there (although I expect they do visit). Seeing it (only one bird) was still a pleasant surprise for me bec they are so attractive. The pix is not very good as it kept moving. I think...
  23. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

  24. 'You can't see me!....

    'You can't see me!....

    Pete and I had to go over the other side of town yesterday (to see our accountant) so I thought that it might be an opportunity to see if I could find anything different! The weather was a little better and we went to a place where we used to teach students to park the car (between sticks as...
  25. Eastern Rosella

    Eastern Rosella

    Waited and waited for this bird and caught him standing to attention
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