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Wandering around Sydney Harbour


On a morning wander around Sydney Harbour - past Circular Quay and the Botanical Gardens

Grey Shrike-thrush near Echo Point

 A young and friendly Grey Shrike-thrush - hopping about on a mountain trail, in the Blue Mountains (near Echo Point)

Coastal Bike Ride in the Illawarra



Some decent views from my coastal bike ride - past Thirroul, Woonona, Bellambi and Towradgi


Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo in Mortdale



A Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo in Mortdale - staying close to home, and avoiding a raucous catch-up with the local Cockatoo gang


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Heading in for a swim, and a lot of fun - at the off-leash beach in Thirroul


Wandering Across Minnamurra Headland


On a decent, warm and sunny afternoon - wandering across the headland at Minnamurra

Blue-faced Honeyeater near Kybong




A Blue-faced Honeyeater - spotted at a rest stop south of Gympie, near Kybong


Cheeky Looking Galah in Mortdale


A rather cheeky looking Galah in Mortdale - showing off in a Eucalyptus tree

Rainbow Lorikeet amongst the Grevilleas




On a typical Spring day in Thirroul - with a Rainbow Lorikeet amongst the Grevilleas


Cute and Curious Cow in Bolong




Here's a cute, but curious young cow critter - on a farm in Bolong, along the Shoalhaven River


A Pair of Cockatoos - Relaxing in Oatley Park


A couple of Sulphur-crested Cockatoos at Websters Lookout - just relaxing together (instead of stiring up the neighbourhood with their loud squawking)

A Friendly old Pooch in Minnamurra


I met this beauty named Grace, on Minnamurra Headland - At 12 years this friendly old pooch has slowed down a fair bit, and has now become "comfortably numb"


Coastal Views between Kiama and Gerringong


Heading south from Kiama, on a another coastal ride - along this magnificent stretch of coastline, to Gerringong

Chestnut Teals on the Golf Course


Here's a Chestnut Teal family in Mortdale - taking up residence in the golf course water hazard (aka duck pond)

Cute Muscovy Duck in Oxenford



A cute, red faced Muscovy Duck - wandering around the Russell Hinze recreation park, near Oxenford

A Purple Swamphen Strolling around Blue Lagoon



A Purple Swamphen, taking a casual stroll around Blue Lagoon - on a very pleasant morning in Bellambi


Photogenic Kookaburras in Oatley Park




I find these Kookaburras very cooperative and photogenic - this handsome bird in the mangroves of Oatley Park

A Few Galahs on the Golf Course


A few Galahs in Mortdale - flapping about on the golf course

Rainbow Lorikeet in Kogarah



Rainbow Lorikeets are still finding Bottlebrush trees in bloom, all across Sydney - this one in Kogarah

Tawny Frogmouths in Mortdale



These Tawny Frogmouths seemed to show genuine empathy, and interest in my wellbeing


Hilltop Views over Kiama

 Some splendid hilltop views over Kiama - on another pleasant May morning in the Illawarra region of NSW

Blue-Faced Honeyeater in Kybong

 Here's a Blue-faced Honeyeater, hanging out with some Noisy Miners at Six Mile Creek rest area - a Glanmire, near Gympie

Finger Licking Good Cockatoo



I don't know what this Sulfur-crested Cockatoo had for lunch - but it was definitely "finger licking" good

Seasoned Old Bush Turkey



Now here's a seasoned old Brush Turkey (wannabe politician, maybe), in Lane Cove - brushing up on his oratory skills


Sulfur-crested Cockatoo in Lane Cove

 A Sulfur-crested Cockatoo - getting up close and friendly, in a park in Lane Cove North

Rainbow Lorikeet on a Rock Face



A bright and colourful Rainbow Lorikeet - on a rock face in Oatley Park


Superb Fairy-wren in Bombo



A Superb Fairy-wren on a rocky fence at Bombo Headland - enjoying the view along Bombo Beach toward Pheasant Point and Kiama

Handsome Kookaburra in Stringbark Creek Reserve



A very handsome Kookaburra - spotted in the Stringybark Creek Reserve in Lane Cove North


White-bellied Sea Eagle



A magnificent White-bellied Sea Eagle - on patrol over the Hacking River and Royal National Park, on a clear winter morning near Grays Point

Crimson Rosellas in Walcha


Very prevalent along the East coast and ranges of NSW - here's a pair of Crimson Rosellas, wandering around the backyard - on a chilly but clear, splendid morning in Walcha


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